days of misunderstanding


posted on 26th of july, 2011


what are we seeing ? and why do we photograph what we see and like ? is it the camera or us that see ? are we doing it for the money or for our pure joy and appreciation of what surrounds ? why do we throb our walls within our homes with photos that are outside instead of removing the entire wall, why do we live within walls ? what does a photo reflect ? are reflections consistent ? should we take a photo, or should we leave it within our memory as a form of respect to change and unlimited variety ?

if we are doing it for the money, will money be our viewfinder ?
if we are living for money, will our life be priced instead of priceless ?

some questions just came to my mind while I am in class (right now)

Comments (8)

Posted by Silent47 on July 26, 2011
I think money and life are liked tightly in our society nowadays. And we started to capture picture for the pleasure and then notice that we can grab some money with. It is what all the amateur photographers is doing. - posted by Digikmer on July 26, 2011

+1

Too many questions, perhaps not too many answers.... - posted by Egomezta on July 26, 2011

+1
Posted by Nero67 on July 26, 2011
For me the answer is passion for photography and at the same time gain from this passion ;-)
Posted by Egomezta on July 26, 2011
Too many questions, perhaps not too many answers....
Posted by Littlemacproductions on July 26, 2011
That's a lot of questions! I can only say that we live within walls because of the insects. Not the pretty butterfly but the blood suckers! They are bad!

Some say doing what you love with passion and commitment leads to an income. Well I hope that is true!
Posted by Karenfoleyphotography on July 26, 2011
Good food for thought .... but shouldn't you be paying attention in class ??? ;-) Thanks for sharing
Posted by Digikhmer on July 26, 2011
I think money and life are liked tightly in our society nowadays. And we started to capture picture for the pleasure and then notice that we can grab some money with. It is what all the amateur photographers is doing.
Posted by Mariaam on July 26, 2011
Very nice article!
Posted by Ebamo on July 26, 2011
Photographing for joy gives the best results....Nice blog!



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I hike a lot, I traveled a lot and so did my camera. Nature takes my time and covers my white empty walls. Apart from Nature shots; I also work on 3D stills in addition to 2D illustrations with minor pictures from here and there. Regarding nature shots, I hope they do cover your walls and further enrich your senses with more understanding to the world we live in. I\'m one of Dreamstime\'s remote editors.

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