« on: August 05, 2016, 06:48:12 AM »
Photographer Sally Mann uses "Wet glass plate" techniques invented in around the 1850's. No autofocus or built in image stabilizers here
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it feels like it is only a plaything for them like toys..
when it comes to photography art it has to do much with the equipment you use.
Unlike painting etc According to me you need no artistic skill to push the photo button.
To have artistic taste is not hard.. it is not hard to edit photos afterwards etc..
so for me photographers are overrated,
If you have a mediocre camera no matter what you do and software tricks your photos will look uninteresting and mediocre.
I have never owned a system camera only point and shot and smartphone cameras.. I have used all those the full limit..
software tricks can help but you are still always limited to your camera..
If I get a good camera, I can make professional aristic photos too no problem, and if you buy me a flight ticket I can take photos of epic nature etc.
I have no problem to push the camera button it is not that hard.
Of case I am beeing little bit sarcastic here, of curse you need to know the technological basics of to set exposure and all that but the truth is also the newer cameras do more and more stuff automatic.
Julio, How do you like the Modcan Touch Sequencer? Love the display. Reminds me of my Atari ST from the old days.
I really like that release, Julio. I ended up buying the digital on Bandcamp.
So is US Amazon selling a different product than what Boomkat was selling? I almost ordered from Boomkat months ago because the pics looked great. I think I'd flip out if I received a CDr on demand in cheap packaging.
I am glad other people are getting turned onto these. When I created the thread in the other part of the forum it seemed like only a couple people were into this music. Film Decay is my favorite of the Tear Ceremony albums as well.I have been immersing myself in Tear Ceremony.....
Film Decay...Resin...Emulsion. Film Decay is the one the really resonates with me.
And recent releases from Todd Gautreau aka Tear Ceremony under the name Tapes & Topographies....
I haven't landed anywhere else that has held me, but you can hear the wind blow through here sometimes. Very ambient...
Six days since the last post hereabouts - has there been a longer period of inactivity recently ?
Julio - to the Modular !