Arthur Rothstein Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Arthur Rothstein Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: In conclusion, the idea of direction on the part of the photographer has its greatest In conclusion, the idea of direction on the part of the photographer has its greatest value when its processes are least discernible to the spectator. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: It is sometimes desirable to distort or accentuate with lenses of various focal lengths ... It is sometimes desirable to distort or accentuate with lenses of various focal lengths ... Deliberate distortion may actually add to its reality. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: It is a rare photographer who can take a detached, cold-blooded view of his work. It is a rare photographer who can take a detached, cold-blooded view of his work. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: A picture story is a sequence of images combined with text in such a way A picture story is a sequence of images combined with text in such a way that pictures and words reinforce each other.
They produce a planned, organized combination giving detailed account of an event, personality or aspect of life. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: Photography is a universal language, transcending the boundaries of race, politics, and nationality. Photography is a universal language, transcending the boundaries of race, politics, and nationality. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: I photographed Arthur Coble and his sons Milton and Darrel as they did chores, but I photographed Arthur Coble and his sons Milton and Darrel as they did chores, but the vicious winds made it difficult to see and breathe. — Arthur Rothstein
Arthur Rothstein Sayings By Arthur Rothstein: A photographer must be aware of and concerned about the words that accompany a picture. A photographer must be aware of and concerned about the words that accompany a picture. These words should be considered as carefully as the lighting, exposure and composition of the photograph. — Arthur Rothstein