AnalogTrout

AnalogTrout

Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
Works as a creative
Has a website at http://andybrawner.com
Joined on Nov 1, 2012
About me:

Edward Hopper. Ernest Hemingway. Coffee. California. Cameras. Trout.

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    I am familiar with his site, yeah. And yes, he's probably one of the sources of this quest for me. He does achieve a clarity that I envy, and it doesn't feel forced or artificial. It doesn't feel ...
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    Thanks so much for all the thoughtful responses. Gave me a lot to think about, including little things like The Nature of Art and whether the impulse to capture beauty is even worthwhile. I enjoy ...
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    Really appreciate this (and have worked way too long in creative fields to take anything personally...) Question: I've gotten the comment before that I'm centering subjects. To be honest, I don't ...
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    Helpful and provocative. Thanks much. Headed to the retouchers...
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    I'm going to expose my ignorance here, but I've never printed anything. Should I be? Regarding inferior processing, can you talk more about that? What am I doing wrong?
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    This is hard (exposing vulnerabilities, etc) but here are a few shots of mine. I like them ok, but they lack something. They probably lack a lot. I'm having a hard time tracking down shots that ...
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    Thanks again for the advice. Didn't mean to imply that any photographer is great because of sharpness, or that anyone should be judged on it. But point taken!
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    Thank you for the thoughtful response, Richard. Much appreciated. I should have been clear about the fact that what I'm referring to here is more technical than stylistic. At least, I think it is. ...
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    Yeah, good point. Will post shortly (when I get out of the office...)
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    Hey Friends — I've hit a bit of a wall, and I'd like to get your thoughts. The more I work on my own pictures—and study the work of other photographers—the more I'm noticing something missing in my ...
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Last upload Nov 2, 2012