Sobel is only partially correct that, "The commercial value of art is scarcity." The image itself also holds value. The issue is whether the artist can/should retain some of the core value inherent in the image. I think they should.
We're going to explore these ideas and more in an exhibit--Fugitivart/Made to Fade-- at the Soho Photo Gallery in September. www.fugitivart.com
Perhaps William Eggleston would agree to display a Fugitivart print!
aardvark7: I am sure that someone will be able to explain why we can't have our cake and eat it...
My immediate reaction is why wouldn't the lens manufacturers offer this, along with their existing line up? I presume there is a good reason.
Why does the adaptor slow AF so much?
Style: Bravo Fuji!!
Doug Frost: I want one. I'm constantly accidentally turning the mode/shutter speed wheel. This should prevent that.
...or you could add a 13 cent o-ring to add more resistance to the dial.
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