No, it is not the cameras that will do the picture. How ever fine and expensive. Good is good, traditional or digital. Whatever good is. We usually have different opinions about that. I tend to agree with you.
It is saying the opposite of the thing I am about to say
I saw this advertisement in the window of a shop on Tottenham Court Road, and took a photograph of it.
Annoyed by the blandness of this as a statement – Shooting great pictures has never been so easy – and, in a similar way to my question about minimal aesthetics, I have a question about photography.
Immediate aside: It’s hard to write this without sounding anti-technology. I am not – really, I’m not; (photography, pretty obviously, is technological in toto); I’m not even anti-digital (not completely).
I believe, however, that there’s an intensity of attention that is forced upon an artist by a lack of technology, or lack of easy and helpful and well-designed technology. And that, if there isn’t that deprivation of ease, there can’t be that intensity.
(This might be a.k.a. ‘the uses of adversity’, or what Yeats had as…
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