If you’re lucky enough to have something magical in happening in front of your camera, don’t let it go. Keep shooting until the light fades, the magic evaporates or you or your subject have to leave.
‘Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.’ ― Henri Cartier-Bresson
I wonder whether this quote also applies to 3d printing 🙂
(I bought a machine and I played again – soon on 3dhubs)
Vauban was a genius, but other creators took over, ages later…:)
Photography helps people to see.
(I bought a machine and I played. The sun and rain did the rest)
(I bought a machine and I played)
(I bought a machine)
‘When I lie, I am closer to the truth than documentary photography.’
The virtue of the camera is not the power it has to transform the photographer into an artist, but the impulse it gives him to keep on looking.
Brooks Atkinson – 1951
As the language or vocabulary of photography has been extended, the emphasis of meaning has shifted, shifted from what the world looks like to what we feel about the world and what we want the world to mean.
There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.
(We have a catholic minister of nature – it’s a Joke)
(Spending some hours in an asylum centre, somewhere in Flanders. I met quite interesting people – I forgot some colleagues for a while:) )
We met interesting people, this morning.
…. a book appeared. Check http://www.fotodigitalenten.wordpress.com
By Luc Dewaele and his students
“We are living in a moment where we have broken the equilibrium of the planet. We are not paying attention to our intuitive side. We only pay attention to our reason. We have become an urban animal”
© Luc Dewaele
An new era for my photography:)
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