wysiwyg ... putting myself into my work , literally..


posted on 9th of august, 2009

do you remember those catchy phrases that ads use to catch your attention?
or like anagrams that send a message?
like WYSIWYG - what you SEE is what you get


or the famous words of Confucius : (??)
A picture is worth a thousand words,
which in the 60s, or was it 70s, was cleverly reworded by singer Rod Stewart
to make his own Every Picture Tells a Story.

Have you ever tried to be a master by taking something from a master and making it your own?
Cheating? some may say.
But just for this blog, let's forget about the rights or wrongs of it.
Also,
have you ever put yourself LITERALLY into your work?

Well, this blog is more or less the germ of those things:
-pictures telling a story
- channeling the masters
- putting oneself into one's...

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Comments (7)

Posted by Picstudio on August 11, 2009
Nice blog article.
Posted by Tan510jomast on August 10, 2009
cheers all for your wonderful input.

btw larry, you can have me to pose for you anytime. just send me an air-ticket to your city. and make sure to stock up on Guinness.
Larry, you rock !!!
Posted by Lcjtripod on August 10, 2009
Just awesome work! I wish I had as good a model as you! :) I had seen photos of you before but the ones you have added I thought were of an older man. Still with a very interesting face. Keep it above the belt and shoot some more! :)

-Larry



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