Who are you?
Why do you do what you do?
Notes, comments, review and feedbacks are good, but they sometimes come at a cost.
I’ve realised we “can’t always” correct someone’s work of art, because at the inception, only the artist knows what they seeing.
I have tried to see and input a lot of people’s contribution and corrections into my works over time and I got lost, lost in a way that I’m good at something, but when it comes to implementing I’m just lost on what to do.
It’s like a painter with a brush, canvas and skill to paint, but clueless on how to go about painting, (personally I can’t paint in real life to save myself). After observing some art over time, I realise there is different niche and they have their die hard fans, correcting a painter with the mindset of a photographer can be misleading, and vice versa.
we don’t see the same thing. (Van Gogh vs Roberto Bernadi) ko le werk.
The top paragraphs be making me feel like a veteran profeshua, meanwhile a reference to my first post 2018 again, which will be on the subject of composition “Image composition, which comes from, what extra can be done to make each selection better.” The more you grow your skill in photography you realise that the journey to a dope end result and composition starts from “looking through the viewfinder”. Before you hit the shutter button
WHAT DO YOU SEE?
I got a drone and damn I see a bit different lol, and the drone gan gan tbh has given me a lot of emoshuna drama, cry for another day. “Anyone” can own a drown, fly it up, take a picture or record a footage, hence the need for the reference quote. What you see is different, your process and edit it is also different. To every of the steps you got to give it a lil extra, think a lil extra
A subtle reminder that you can’t just be anyone, you can be anything but don’t just be another brick in the wall ——————————————————————————— This is one time I’m happily quoting myself, doubt I’ll want to repeat it anytime soon
Yaaaay! Thanks for the feedback on the last post, just know that behaviour like that usually tension the brain to do better and it’s exhausting, but the “lazy in me” is hyped by it #weMove
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