The Verb of Photography


posted on 24th of november, 2007

I made a photograph.
I took it.
I captured it.
I snapped it.
I clicked it.
I recorded it.
I documented it.
I created it.
I shot it.
I digitized it.
I grabbed it.
I exposed it.
I archived it.
I got it.
I found it.
I discovered it.
I composed it.
I framed it.
I lit it.
I arranged it.

The process of making a photograph matters, as does the enjoyment, and the end result. But the verb? Not so much.

Comments (1)

Posted by Maigi on November 24, 2007
I like it.
:)



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Photo credits: Barry Sherbeck.

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