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31 Photography And Moments Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Photography And Moments Sayings By Beaumont Newhall: Over the years, photography has been to me what a journal is to a writer Over the years, photography has been to me what a journal is to a writer - a record of things seen and experienced, moments in the flow of time, documents of significance to me, experiments in seeing. — Beaumont Newhall
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Tyler Shields: I create other worlds, magical never-never lands where the camera is my weapon and the I create other worlds, magical never-never lands where the camera is my weapon and the battles I fight are with the elements. i stretch the laws of the mind and displace people from their realities to capture a side of them they didn't even know they had. Photography has the ability to freeze people in this time and space - no matter what happens after that moment, it cannot change - they are exactly how i want them to be. — Tyler Shields
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Photography And Moments Sayings By John Sexton: For me the printing process is part of the magic of photography. It's that magic For me the printing process is part of the magic of photography. It's that magic that can be exciting, disappointing, rewarding and frustrating all in the same few moments in the darkroom. — John Sexton
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Lynsey Addario: I found that the camera was a comforting companion. It opened up new worlds, and I found that the camera was a comforting companion. It opened up new worlds, and gave me access to people's most intimate moments. I discovered the privilege of seeing life in all its complexity, the thrill of learning something new every day. When I was behind a camera, it was the only place in the world I wanted to be. — Lynsey Addario
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Photography And Moments Sayings By David Hurn: The destination of the photograph is to reveal what something or somebody looked like, under The destination of the photograph is to reveal what something or somebody looked like, under a particular set of conditions, at a particular moment in time, and to transmit the results to others. — David Hurn
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Joyce Tenneson: If I am lucky, something new and inexplicable often appears in front of my lens. If I am lucky, something new and inexplicable often appears in front of my lens. I am always surprised by the mystery of how my best images appear. That excitement and shock of discovery makes my life at these moments a gift. — Joyce Tenneson
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Dave Calhoun: Not only do we end up with a vivid, surprising and soulful sense of one Not only do we end up with a vivid, surprising and soulful sense of one artist and his work, but Leigh also offers us a commanding view of a city, London, and country at the dawn of the modern age and of a man being overawed and overtaken by new technologies such as photography and the railways. As ever with Leigh, 'Mr Turner' addresses the big questions with small moments. It's an extraordinary film, all at once strange, entertaining, thoughtful and exciting. — Dave Calhoun
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Rebecca McNutt: A picture's worth a thousand words. But a single word can make you think of A picture's worth a thousand words. But a single word can make you think of over a thousand pictures in your mind, over a thousand moments, a thousand memories. — Rebecca McNutt
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Maggie Ybarra: Every crime scene is a piece of a sprawling man-made puzzle. Each one begins with Every crime scene is a piece of a sprawling man-made puzzle. Each one begins with a tragic death that leads to heartbreak, tumbles into forgiveness, sparks anger, fuels fear and triggers a vast array of other emotions that sometimes lead to additional chaos and heart-rending calamity. So it's not enough to take a picture of a crime scene that showcases a couple of crime lab technicians laying out evidence markers around a body, not when there is so much more that surrounds the darkest moments of life. — Maggie Ybarra
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Sebastiao Salgado: There comes a moment when it is no longer you who takes the photograph, but There comes a moment when it is no longer you who takes the photograph, but receives the way to do it quite naturally and fully. — Sebastiao Salgado
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Peter Turnley: French Kiss - A Love Letter to Paris, is a tribute to many of the French Kiss - A Love Letter to Paris, is a tribute to many of the wonderful moments of romance, beauty, hope, and love that I have witnessed and been inspired by in Paris, my adopted home, over the past 40 years. I believe that photography is ultimately about sharing. I am excited to share, with the world, these moments of the heart that have touched my own, in this most beautiful city, Paris — Peter Turnley
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Sahara Sanders: Photography is a magical kind of art that allows people to preserve time and moments, Photography is a magical kind of art that allows people to preserve time and moments, and to describe the world the way they see it. — Sahara Sanders
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Photography And Moments Sayings By Isabel Lopez: Those static images have the uncanny ability to jar the memory and bring places and Those static images have the uncanny ability to jar the memory and bring places and people back to life. They bridge the present with the past and validate as real what the passage of time has turned into hazy recollections. Were it not for them, my experiences would have remained as just imperfect memories of perfect moments. — Isabel Lopez
Photography And Moments Sayings By Teju Cole: It was from him, and from this picture in particular, that Henri Cartier-Bresson had developed It was from him, and from this picture in particular, that Henri Cartier-Bresson had developed the ideal of the decisive moment. Photography seemed to me, as I stood there in the white gallery with its rows of pictures and its press of murmuring spectators, an uncanny art like no other. One moment, in all of history, was captured, but the moments before and after it disappeared into the onrush of time; only that selected moment itself was privileged, saved, for no other reason than its having been picked out by the camera's eye. — Teju Cole
Photography And Moments Sayings By Sally Mann: Before the invention of photography, significant moments in the flow of our lives would be Before the invention of photography, significant moments in the flow of our lives would be like rocks placed in a stream: impediments that demonstrated but didn't diminish the volume of the flow and around which accrued the debris of memory, rich in sight, smell, taste, and sound. No snapshot can do what the attractive mnemonic impediment can: when we outsource that work to the camera, our ability to remember is diminished and what memories we have are impoverished. — Sally Mann
Photography And Moments Sayings By Henri Cartier-Bresson: Photography is, for me, a spontaneous impulse coming from an ever attentive eye which captures Photography is, for me, a spontaneous impulse coming from an ever attentive eye which captures the moment and its eternity. — Henri Cartier-Bresson
Photography And Moments Sayings By Jon Snow: I don't know whether we think in moving images or whether we think in still I don't know whether we think in moving images or whether we think in still images. I have a suspicion that on our hard drive, our series within our brains, [exist] still photographs of very important moments in our lives ... That we think in terms of still images and that what the photography is doing is making direct contact with the human hard drive and recording for all time a sense of what happened. — Jon Snow
Photography And Moments Sayings By Cornell Capa: Photography has the capacity to provide images of man and his environment that are both Photography has the capacity to provide images of man and his environment that are both works of art and moments in history. — Cornell Capa
Photography And Moments Sayings By Gabriel Garcia Marquez: In the parlor was a huge camera on wheels like the ones used in public In the parlor was a huge camera on wheels like the ones used in public parks, and the backdrop of a marine twilight, painted with homemade paints, and the walls papered with pictures of children at memorable moments: the first Communion, the bunny costume, the happy birthday. Year after year, during contemplative pauses on afternoons of chess, Dr. Urbino had seen the gradual covering over of the walls, and he had often thought with a shudder of sorrow that in the gallery of casual portraits lay the germ of the future of the city, governed and corrupted by those unknown children, where note even the ashes of his glory would remain. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Photography And Moments Sayings By Tony Benn: Most things in life are moments of pleasure and a lifetime of embarrassment; photography is Most things in life are moments of pleasure and a lifetime of embarrassment; photography is a moment of embarrassment and a lifetime of pleasure. — Tony Benn
Photography And Moments Sayings By Chris Killip: The moment you make a photograph you consign whatever you photograph to the past as The moment you make a photograph you consign whatever you photograph to the past as that specific moment no longer exists, it is history. The photography that I practice takes place in a specific time and place, depicting real moments in people's lives. In some ways I think of myself as a historian, but not of the word. History is most often written from a distance, and rarely from the viewpoint of those who endured it. — Chris Killip
Photography And Moments Sayings By John Paul Caponigro: Photography is much more about elimination than inclusion. The images we make with a lens Photography is much more about elimination than inclusion. The images we make with a lens typically eliminate ninety percent of our field of view and everything that is out of our field of view. The shutter slices time, eliminating all moments before and after it opens and closes. Three dimensions are reduced to two. And in some cases color is removed. How can we call these kinds of artifacts unaltered? — John Paul Caponigro
Photography And Moments Sayings By Paul Caponigro: Photography is not easy. You know it takes a painter or a sculpture or a Photography is not easy. You know it takes a painter or a sculpture or a musician years to perfect their technique. Then they're free to make an expression in a matter of moments. It takes moments for a photographer to perfect his technique. And then it takes years for him to make it into something that is truly creative and worthwhile. — Paul Caponigro
Photography And Moments Sayings By Jerome Maupoint: This is my second paragliding photo book. Flying photography really drives my life, which is This is my second paragliding photo book. Flying photography really drives my life, which is a never-ending search as every day, in every place, the light, atmosphere and elements are different.
This book is not about paragliders, their performance or technology; it's clearly about evocations and emotions. To me, the most important aspects of my life of flying adventures are the places and their perspectives, the situations and their contrasts, and the special people I shared special moments with. — Jerome Maupoint
Photography And Moments Sayings By Charles Simic: If the photographers are soul-thieves, whose soul is being stolen in a photograph of the If the photographers are soul-thieves, whose soul is being stolen in a photograph of the night sky? The soul of the last one to go to bed and the soul of the first one to rise in the morning, perhaps? Photography is a black art like alchemy. It turns matter into spirit and spirit into matter. Still, there are moments when looking at a photograph of a night sky we have a hunch what the word soul means, what the word infinity encompasses. — Charles Simic
Photography And Moments Sayings By Jesus Holguin: What i Like about Photography is that it takes moments that should have been forgotten, What i Like about Photography is that it takes moments that should have been forgotten, and just Freezes them, and allows us to share it with everyone and share it with future generations. But theirs is also the sense of Secrets of the picture, or the stuff you don't know, or don't see. You don't really know what happened before or after a picture its like time is just frozen in that moment. — Jesus Holguin
Photography And Moments Sayings By Robert Frank: There are too many images, too many cameras now. We're all being watched. It gets There are too many images, too many cameras now. We're all being watched. It gets sillier and sillier. As if all action is meaningful. Nothing is really all that special. It's just life. If all moments are recorded, then nothing is beautiful and maybe photography isn't an art anymore. Maybe it never was — Robert Frank
Photography And Moments Sayings By Sally Mann: How can a sentient person of the modern age mistake photography for reality? All perception How can a sentient person of the modern age mistake photography for reality? All perception is selection, and all photographs--no matter how objectively journalistic the photographer's intent--exclude aspects of the moment's complexity. Photographs economize the truth; they are always moments more or less illusorily abducted from time's continuum. — Sally Mann
Photography And Moments Sayings By Rebecca McNutt: Oftentimes she wondered what had happened to super 8. Sure, it made perfect sense that Oftentimes she wondered what had happened to super 8. Sure, it made perfect sense that nobody wanted the hassle of spending money on a three-minute cartridge of film and threading it through a projector, but though digital cameras were convenient and cheap, Mandy didn't care. Super 8 had integrity, it wasn't just nostalgia, it was art, it was history, it was a little recording medium that somehow possessed the power to evoke lost memories, to turn back time, and there was something dazzling about waiting excitedly for a reel of film to come back in its yellow and red Kodak envelope, eating buttered popcorn while the projector paraded life's best moments, and capturing something beautiful in only three minutes. — Rebecca McNutt
Photography And Moments Sayings By Karin Slaughter: Curiosity broke her earlier resolve. "Have you ever been tested?""No." He stood behind Sara, holding Curiosity broke her earlier resolve. "Have you ever been tested?"
"No." He stood behind Sara, holding the camera in front so she could see. "Zoom here," he said, flicking the toggle.
"You could probably-"
"This is macro."
"Will-"
"Super macro." He kept talking over her until she gave up. "Here's where you adjust for color. This is light. Anti-shake. Red-eye." He clicked through the features like a photography instructor.
Sara Finally relented. "Why don't I point and you shoot?"
"All right." His back was stiff, and she could tell that he was irritated.
"I'm sorry I-"
"Please don't apologize."
Sara held his gaze for a few moments longer, wishing she could fix this. There was nothing to say if he wouldn't even let her apologize. — Karin Slaughter
Photography And Moments Sayings By Robert Mapplethorpe: With photography, you zero in; you put a lot of energy into short moments, and With photography, you zero in; you put a lot of energy into short moments, and then you go on to the next thing. — Robert Mapplethorpe