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    I will sacrify a black chicken for better densities in my negatives.
    We cannot change how the cards are dealt, just how to play the hand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire Senft
    Dear Ms Aggie, I wish not to be contentious. Photography may not be medical science but it cures my ailments. Can we perhaps agree that it is holistic?
    Isn't that holography?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBP
    Isn't that holography?
    Holography? Isn't that... the study of holes? Hmmm. And... would that make "holistic" the adjective form?

    I'm all confused now. :-)

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    I couldn't take this oath... I'm a devout HIPPOCRITE, I occasionally take digital photos. Oh... they are so very convenient!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob01721
    I'm all confused now. :-)
    Is a doughnut hole really a hole? I think not!

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    If so, is eating doughnuts a holistic diet?

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    I think what we really need is a Manifesto.
    Film's not dead, it's just got a negative image.

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    For that, I would need to go back and reread Marx. I'll let someone else take that on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    And sometimes photography is testimony.

    .......... but what about Karsh taking away Churchill's cigar to produce his most iconic portrait?
    An outrageous case of Prime Minister abuse.


    Michael
    I couldn't think of anything witty to say so I left this blank.

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    "In documenting events, I will neither manipulate images to obscure the truth nor will I make a suggestion to this effect."

    This is one of the basic principle of photography, and nothing is wrong with.

    "I will not use the digicam, but will withdraw in favor of such men as are engaged in this work."

    I do not see and here just anything wrong but cannot get why. As I could get, it reffers to digital imaging. If so, just anyone have it around the neck, it is part of everyday living, like walkman, i-pod, computer, shoes,.... I think that autor see it as competition to photography as it is advertised to draw more customers for such cameras, printers, inks, programs,.... In facts it has not just anything in comon with photography.

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