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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    I'm still waiting for the first large video file to finish downloading, been 32hrs 40mins so far but that's a reflection of Turkish Broadband in general, in the UK it'd just a few minutes
    Slightly a pity that they didn't make some audio podcasts in MP3 available as well. Although it is nice to see some faces with the voices, the audio of the talks is the most interesting part. After all, it is just a plenary discussion with a group of people sitting behind a table and public in the room, and no images / examples of photos or so shown, so no real need for image.
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    Is photography "over"?

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    Is oil painting over? Wood carving?
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    Interesting none the less!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    With all due respect, Marco.

    I appreciate your time on this but I'm not going to waste mine.

    Over?
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    Is photography "over"?

    Yawn.
    Really, that was what I thought too the first time I read the discussion topic , but the talks are entertaining, and they seem to have managed to put together a quite interesting bunch of people with some skills in doing talks, and some sense of humour as well... so it is not as bad as you guys may think. It is certainly one of the better "discussions" I have heard or seen on these topics. But I wouldn't even know for sure if calling it a "discussion" does the talks fully justice, as much of it more heads in the direction of a kind of philosophical musings about art and the status of photography in general.

    Give it a try and actually do listen to the talks before judging...
    Last edited by Marco B; 02-26-2011 at 08:22 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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