Cherry_F

Cherry_F

Lives in France Paris, France
Joined on Oct 27, 2020

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  • No. You can also adjust focus, white balance... I see what you mean. in fact the camera captures exactly the same, it's the processing after that which makes the result appear different. (Think ...
  • Welcome to Dpr! This forum is primarily dedicated to discussing the challenges, those mini-competitions you can check in the menu. In order to reach a greater audience, you may want to post your ...
  • I can't really answer your question Mike, only tell about my experience. I'm still a newbie here, been a member for 18 months. I believe challenge hosts are really creative about the subjects, ...
  • Excellent! This one is worth logging ;-) It happens quite often, looking at at recently fallen tree and imagining it is a city. One can sometimes see some a tiny Bryce Canyon.
  • That's not so easy. A tourist has some constraints and more often than not, can't really command the light. Forget about the golden hour and the blue hour. Learn how to make great images whatever ...
  • If your interest is in cities only then I suggest you use public transportation. However, I recommend you devote some time to visit smaller places. may be you could visit Lisbon and Porto as you ...
  • I don't believe a single pic ever stopped a war. I can't imagine Nixon summoning the top brass at the White House(*), showing them the pic of the young Vietnamese napalmed girl, and stating: ...
  • Exactly! This is what I referred to in a discussion with AcquiredTaste: "[../..] there wouldn't be any masterpiece without a small community selecting what they believe is worthy (artistically ...
  • I agree with the 'cultural' aspects. I would add that with the Internet and globalisation, work arts can be labelled as masterpieces at a high speed and reach much more people quickly. I have no ...
  • It's a painting and this guy had a vision, paint the horses much longer than in reality. thinking a bit more about that since yesterday, I just got the idea that sometimes, what John Doe finds a ...
  • Excellent! But untrue.
  • Replied in A Masterpiece:
    I disagree. If the "circle" doesn't define what is a masterpiece, there wouldn't be any masterpiece without a small community selecting what they believe is worthy (artistically speaking and/ or ...
  • What about haïkus?
  • Replied in A Masterpiece:
    Well, it's an hypothesis that certainly cannot be totally discarded!
  • When I married, I had three different theories about the best way to reconcile my hobbies with parenthood. Now I've got three kids... and no theory at all.
  • Great series, I like it, you spotted a few unusual views of this city! I've been thinking of Los Angeles... I like the framing. BTW, it's not "La Freille", it's "La Treille" (Treille meaning ...
  • Replied in A Masterpiece:
    Sure. Art is also a business, just like book edition, cinema,... no money, no films. BTW, an interesting question would be : "how does a name become famous"?
  • Good question! I guess it will remain iconic anyways, even though the actual story leaves a small stain on the film... But, is this spontaneous 'joie de vivre' feeling originating from the photo ...
  • Those last two have certainly great impact. For the horse in motion, there's a painting (by Gericault if I'm correct) that is much more impressive IMO: he distorted the horse body in order to ...
  • Of, course, but those above are all external factors. Are you saying that there cannot be internal factors and b) how do you believe, gatekeepers operate their selections? I can't disagree with ...
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