eddie and MattKing: I DO MAKE PRINTS! But the 'knowing' how to make them does not force me to make tons of them like some people have a need to do. I derive immense satisfaction from KNOWING how to do things and this satisfaction, in and of itself, is a large part of my own particular creative process. It puts my mind at ease and allows me to think more lucidly while removing mental clutter.
Someone here said that that type of thinking is philosophy, not photography. So be it, and, thus, Susan Sontag was a photographic non-entity? There is more to photography than the next exhibit. The photographic time-capture has depth and dimensionality and dynamism; and all that dynamism is not taken up solely with its visual aspects. - David Lyga
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