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    Cultural Geographic Divide

    Do you think there is a cultural divide in photographic/image appreciation dependent on geographical location? For instance, is the European view different from the USA, or the Far East? I suppose this is very dependent on the subject matter, but I ask the question in the hope of stimulating an interesting discussion.

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

    Francis Bacon

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    Nay.

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    Yes. There must be.
    Nice work. You have a very talented computer.

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    Seen some pretty much different approches to things here at Apug at both sides of the ocean, I say yes.

    One thing that comes to my mind is nudeness. Anyway, current technology may not only equalize on information but also on attitude.

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    I live in France and Canada, and occasionally in the US. The only difference I ever see is in modern photos and art, is when there are fads that come and go at different times.
    But at a more basic, traditional level, it seems people like Cartier-Bresson, Ansel Adams, and many others are equally admired, (and valued) just about anywhere you go. At an exhibition of Adams in London a while ago, I stood behind four local Brits who were admiring the scenic beauty for sure, but also commenting on the excellent artistic eye, skill, patience and determination it must have taken to create those pictures.
    Good art is good art.
    Last edited by hdeyong; 06-06-2014 at 11:57 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: word change

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    Will this discussion be on the exam?

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    I hope not cause I already failed!

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    Good, because I'm thinking of all the pictures I'm going to be able to shoot with the 80 dollar Nikon F that will give me money leftover to buy the gas to get to all of them. I might have found it--my very own camera that I never took apart before it was acceptable for proper use.
    And thinking how if I had a time machine, I'd get in it and go back and move the microphone a little closer to the guy on the drums....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-f4F...f4FAny0d1c#t=5
    As far as this discussion, I still think the professor will still think of some slick way to slip it past me and leave me looking empty-handed and stupid.

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