Monday, May 2, 2011


The explosion of Internet gives ways for virtually unlimited ways of presenting image works, with no end in sight.  The rise of social network has quickly rolls on everything in its way, the popularity overtaking old school marketing strategy and defines what is better and who to stay.
But has photography as an art being challenged? May be not.  Given its history, photography is still relatively new to society, what was considered good often became a very dated point of view. And in particular, like Karl von Clausewitz quoted: “Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.”
For example the black and white images, for example for the so-called lomography, and to add grains to perfect, clarity, sharp images, continue to happen in a time of best camera and lens ever made with all the digital editing tools. 

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