Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
Nothing is wrong with it. But the Group f/64 manifesto clearly wanted nothing to do with that. They wanted to move forward.
So we did that, had a pretty good run of it too. Just checked, yep I've got the t-shirt too , now what?

I don't want to minimize the good that f64 has done, it provides a clear structure and understandable guidelines to achieve specific results. It encourages seeing before shooting, rigorous attention to detail.

It forgets/rejects though 1000's of years of artistic history and theory. It puts us in handcuffs of sorts.

So, now what?