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Discussion in 'Photographers' started by darkosaric, Sep 12, 2013.
Nice talk from Araki as well
In my opinion, of all the videos of Moriyama, this is one of the best, by far:
Interesting -- to each their own, I guess. The only real takeaway from this, for me, was the point Daido made about it not mattering too much which camera you use...the image is the thing.
That's true (to a point) and something it's easy to forget about. Perhaps the larger point is to become one with your tool of choice, to the point that you just don't think about it anymore.
I think maybe each photographer is fated to be able to attain that with a different kind of camera. In other words, it does and doesn't matter which camera you use.
darko and chris
i agree colin,
the most important thing is to
take / make the photograph
Both videos are awesome thanks for posting!
Yes, best camera is the one you have with you. Couple of weeks ago I was with my wife in center, did not plan to take any photos, so I left my "serious" cameras (Leica, Nikon) at home. Good that I had plastic compact with me , because it was pride parade, and I took some nice photos. And guess what - plastic camera did the job same as "serious" cameras (links below)
The same thing happens with my tattered Rollei, it's a pain to use with its dim screen, but I always seem to make great pictures with it...
The video is an outtake from a much larger film:
where you learn more about his life and work including leaving is wife and child to continue with his photography.
There is a good selection of photography films here:
Thanks David, I will watch this long film tonight .