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Tom’s Project 365 - 2018 | Collective Memory

TomHH

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Ah - I forgot! You will not only see pictures but also info about taking pictures and photography. As I earlier posted in another thread I will post some videos from David duChemin, a photographer who's not always talking about THE gear one must posses but about making pictures. It may not always be 100% applicable to smartphone shooting but that doesn't matter. So here's my first pick about decisions...

https://www.youtube.com/embed/3cfHXHsiMgs
 

lisamjw

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On the last few days of this year I'll present everything that hits my lens. It maybe not that much because I select my object very carefully. If I think it's not worth posting then there will be no photo. ;)
You can post (or not post) an image everyday for a year from the date you start; which for you is 7 November. In other words, your Project 365 does not have to be finished by the end of this year.
 

JillyG

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On the last few days of this year I'll present everything that hits my lens. It maybe not that much because I select my object very carefully. If I think it's not worth posting then there will be no photo. ;)
Okay. Erm, I think I understand. I think. :confused:
 

lisamjw

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Isn't that gorgeous how folks played with depth of field hundreds years ago? This peace of art consist of stacked cards and if you look into the scenery you get a pretty nice impression of depth. (seen in the German Historical Museum, Berlin)
I went to a fascinating art exhibition in Hong Kong about the Jesuit artist Giuseppe Castiglione who did art work for the emperors of China. The Chinese didn’t understand 2 dimensional painting. They thought shadows were dirt and Giuseppe was forced to paint all his pictures flat. Early Chinese paintings are all one dimensional.

Edit: so I meant 3 and 2 dimensions.
 
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