What's really important in photography...???

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Richrf
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Re: What's really important in photography...???
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Wingsfan wrote:

What's really important is that you enjoy it, and that you get satisfaction from taking pictures (at least for those of us who don't pay our mortgages from photography). I don't care about ettr, rule of thirds, or any of that. I shoot jpeg most of the time anyway ( which in some people's eyes is a mortal sin).

Most of you would probably laugh if you looked at the photos in my gallery. But to me, they represent either something I either enjoyed taking a picture of, or a moment in time that I want to remember.

Yes, what made photography unique at in time, was that it captured some moment in time. Some memory. That had vanished with digitized manipulation. Now, photography competes with other digitized arts so it has lost its uniqueness which is why no one cares about them in art fairs. Photography had moved into fantasy land.

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