Art Filter Therapy: A photo trip to Lanzarote with 5 models and no need to post-process

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Jeff4500
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Re: Art Filter Therapy: A photo trip to Lanzarote with 5 models and no need to post-process

You're welcome!

Who says that this is forum for gearheads only, eh??

Many "artists" spend their lives rebelling under the yoke of stereotypical views imposed by their professional interest. Engineers, like myself, aren't supposed to have an ounce of creativity as they follow the Handbooks. Everyone knows that.

By the way, I also enjoyed your Photography Art Blog especially this page:

http://035c417.netsolhost.com/WordPress/category/a-photography-art-blog/page/3/

And I skimmed over some of your earlier work since I used to do some of that stuff --- before my retirement from "real" work into photography, etc, 20 years ago.

Good stuff.

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Tom
The best part of growing old is having the opportunity to do so.
https://brtthome.wordpress.com/

I see we have a similar point of view, https://brtthome.com/making-pictures/ . My deceased wife was an art consultant and I have been in many galleries from Toronto to Carmel, and in places like the Weston Gallery never once did I hear a discussion of FF vs M43 vs whatever. Your images clearly have a point of view and a range of light (thank you Mr. Adams) and I enjoyed looking at your work never once wondering if shutter shock or ISO 25 million was needed.

As a left/right brained person (taught statistic and marketing in several MBA programs), been lucky in that I owned firms sinces the mid 80's and got to do what I want, often it was video or photography. So I never felt "starved" for creative opportunities. It's why I like Behance, lots of real artists (some old, some young) and its a creative boost each day to look at the new work.

Glad you liked my stuff.

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Regards,
Jeff

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