(wow) Words Of Wonders Level 2015 Answers – And drinking beer at the place where there was a huge TV screen on the wall showing a slide show of landscape pictures. I couldn’t tear my eyes away as the pictures were really beautiful. You know the pictures: stunning landscapes, stunning lighting, colorful sunsets, starry skies, waterfalls, ocean waves, tropical beaches, bright colors. Most of them show mastery of technique, the right choice of location, fun composition, masterful processing. Each of these photos would win a contest, be printed on a calendar or poster, grace the pages of a magazine, or receive millions of likes on social media. It was a film almost identical to Peter Leake’s The Phantom, the most expensive film ever sold
Still, after streaming the slideshow three or four times, I felt disgusted and wanted to throw my beer can at the screen. I even considered giving up landscape photography and choosing a different genre. This beauty made me numb and not unlike the feeling you feel when you eat chocolate or sweets.
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I think part of the problem is that in an age and era where anyone can get a good camera for a lot of money, when photography lessons are cheap or free, when traveling to amazing places is easier than ever. , almost everything is captured in the best light How many beautiful pictures of Moraine Lake or Antelope Canyon do we need to see? Or Mesa Arch at sunrise (yes, I’m guilty of that last one too)? The other day I decided: if I ever visit Antelope Canyon, I will take a fixed lens camera and take one picture just so I can say: I shot in Antelope Canyon and then turned off the camera. And take it in my eyes
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Another problem is that I see a growing trend towards uniform landscape photography. I couldn’t identify any of these photos and say who they were, but they were attributed to several photographers who were very popular on social media at the time. It is this dominant style of landscape photography that aims to capture the viewer with dramatic lighting, strong composition, and bright, rich colors. I can totally see why people like it, but I don’t like it anymore
The third and final problem was that all these beautiful pictures did not speak to my soul. It was as if I suddenly understood what the photographer was thinking when he pressed the shutter and when he processed the picture: “How can I deceive the audience, get more likes online and increase sales?”
All of this wouldn’t be a problem, and I could attribute it to the lack of ingenuity of whoever created this slideshow, but if I look at what’s trending online, this is what I see. Each of these photos, if posted on 500px, would have gone to one of the top pages in the landscape category, the most popular photo of the day. Don’t get me wrong, all the pictures out there and the people in those screenshots are beautiful and I’m not here to bash their creators. But most of them, with few exceptions, shoot what the public likes and appreciates Peter Leake is really great at this: shooting exactly what sells and extraordinary marketing skills to make millions. I envy him and anyone who manages to take even a percentage of his business success Life must be great over there
Honestly, what I see every day on 500px is so much better than the photos in this slideshow and I feel like I’m being too harsh here. Through some of these pictures and it is not art for me, I do not want to deviate from the definition of art, in short, I believe that if the artist puts the work in, if no one pays him to hang it on the wall.
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So now that I’ve figured this out, what do I do? It’s not against other photographers, it’s a reflection of where I want to be with my photography. Am I content to just be a contributor to my very popular blog and hope the controversy will bring me traffic? I don’t want to be that person. Maybe I need to find great landscape photography far beyond the cyber world of followers and loved ones. Perhaps the great masters of the past can quench my thirst
Who are the great modern landscapers who don’t follow this kind of system and play to the lowest common denominator of mainstream market taste?
And what do I do with my own photography? I began to consider limiting myself to shooting landscapes in black and white, eschewing strong composition in favor of a simpler and more relaxed style, deliberately blurring details, using blur as a technique that contrasts with extreme clarity. In a contemporary style But if I do that I will dehumanize myself and end up consciously choosing a style because I think it will affect people, isn’t that part of me?
Very difficult questions The only thing I know for sure is that I never thought it would be so difficult to be an artist
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