Picking up Brooks Jensen’s – Letting go of the Camera – I came across several ideas and concepts which complement some of the ideas I addressed in my post about digital and film photography. Brooks writes: As photographers, we are so often embroiled in endless debates about technique and tools. This is all a waste of time….If you are interested in photography as an expressive art, the debates over cameras or techniques have probably been boring to you for a long time. We had better get used to it – again. And, while the rest of the photographic world is debating….,perhaps we can spend the next decade making images and artifacts that rise above the bickering about how one should be a photographer.
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