Those serious photographers

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  1. cliveh

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    Hilarious! Film, digital, movie, video, it doesn't matter - I see these types too. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
     
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    An amusing video indeed! And it highlights the difference between camera-play and subsequent picture-making.

    Camera-play is a way of interacting with people, with events, with things in the real world that covers the range from respectful honoring to provocative bullying. A classic example of the provocateur approach is that of a French photographer who could throw his Leica at the face of a stranger (at a range slightly longer than the length of the neck-strap) and snap the startled result. The quiet approach could be Walker Evans' photographs of subway passengers who were unaware of or uncaring of his camera-play. Both approaches afford pictorial advantages and both invite moral analysis.
     
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    That is funny!

    Jeff
     
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    Hahahahaha!
     
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    That last part was the best! haha! thanks hahaha
     
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    I think we can all see a little of ourselves in these examples :smile:
     
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    haha... a bazooka lens!! :D
     
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    What a nice photographers video and i love them to much because i have seen me on them.
     
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    Says it's 'private' when I click on the link...
     
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    Lmso, and indeed roflmao:D:tongue:...thanks!
     
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    indeed

    Indeed it says private and I cannot view anything except an angry red face.
     
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    That's what it said when I tried but clearly it didn't always say this based on previous posters' reactions. Has something changed or have others who have viewed somehow logged-in or registered?

    pentaxuser