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Airgood Photography quotes by Abelardo Morell
#1. There is a lot of social photography being done now to point to the untruth of photography. It's getting very dull now. So, okay photography doesn't tell the truth. So what? Everyone has known this forever. #Quote by Abelardo Morell
Airgood Photography quotes by Diane Arbus
#2. One of the risks of appearing in public is the likelihood of being photographed. #Quote by Diane Arbus
Airgood Photography quotes by Andre Bazin
#3. The essential factor in the transition of the baroque to photography is not the perfecting of a physical process ... rather does it lie in a psychological fact, to wit, in completely satisfying our appetite for illusion by a mechanical reproduction in the making of which man plays not part. The solution is not to be found in the result achieved, but in the way of achieving it. #Quote by Andre Bazin
Airgood Photography quotes by Dwight Schultz
#4. Has one hostage from Lebanon come back with a photograph of his abductors? Has any hostage ever come back with a photograph of his abductors smiling? I mean, this was so incredible! #Quote by Dwight Schultz
Airgood Photography quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
#5. With sleepy eyes,
And a sleepy lens,
It's time to breakfast,
As the night time ends. #Quote by Anthony T. Hincks
Airgood Photography quotes by Joyce Tenneson
#6. If I had to pick a single word to describe what my pictures are all about, I would say 'secrets.' As a child I always had a secret world and my favorite book was A Secret Garden. #Quote by Joyce Tenneson
Airgood Photography quotes by Helmut Newton
#7. The photographs don't arouse me. All I can think about is the hard work it took to make them. #Quote by Helmut Newton
Airgood Photography quotes by Keith Carter
#8. When I started using the extreme short depth of field and single point of focus, I was trying to replicate my changing eyesight. We have binocular vision; one eye perceives space from the other. I don't experience a scene visually at F32. It's more like F1.4. #Quote by Keith Carter
Airgood Photography quotes by Ernst Haas
#9. Leica, schmeica. The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But you have to see. #Quote by Ernst Haas
Airgood Photography quotes by Franz Kafka
#10. Photography concentrates one's eye on the superficial. For that reason it obscures the hidden life which glimmers through the outlines of things like a play of light and shade. One can't catch that even with the sharpest lens. #Quote by Franz Kafka
Airgood Photography quotes by Frida Kahlo
#11. I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best. #Quote by Frida Kahlo
Airgood Photography quotes by Christophe Agou
#12. Whether it is photography, assemblage art or filmmaking, my work is to see beneath the surface. #Quote by Christophe Agou
Airgood Photography quotes by Anonymous
#13. An artist's job is to inspire, from the Latin inspirare: to breathe into. The primary function of art is to inspire new thought shaped by emotions using the creative mediums we master - be it painting, music, design, craft, or photography. #Quote by Anonymous
Airgood Photography quotes by Susie Bright
#14. Seeing lesbian photography is just the tip of my radicalized clitoris. I have modeled for, commissioned, published, and fought for these pictures, and answered threats against them. I've seen the feminist movement bring these pictures to life, and I've seen that same movement try to suppress the liberating results. #Quote by Susie Bright
Airgood Photography quotes by Wanda Koop
#15. As a painter, taking photos is a form of shorthand - note-taking. #Quote by Wanda Koop
Airgood Photography quotes by Bill Bryson
#16. Mr. Marsham was born (in 1822) into a world that was still essentially medieval - a place of candlelight, medicinal leeches, travel at walking pace, news from afar that was always weeks or months old - and lived to see the introduction of one marvel after another: steamships and speeding trains, telegraphy, photography, anesthesia, indoor plumbing, gas lighting, antisepsis in medicine, refrigeration, telephones, electric lights, recorded music, cars and planes, skyscrapers, motion pictures, radio, and literally tens of thousands of tiny things more, from mass-produced bars of soap to push-along lawn mowers. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Airgood Photography quotes by Joyce Tenneson
#17. I found that I wanted to be best friends with almost all the women I interviewed because they had been through something. They were closing in on the circle of their journey and they had a kind of wisdom that comes from their long life. #Quote by Joyce Tenneson
Airgood Photography quotes by Raoul Hausmann
#18. What is important is that our optical awareness rids itself of classical notions of beauty and opens itself more and more to the beauty of the instant and of these surprising points of view that appear for a brief moment and never return; those are what make photography an art. #Quote by Raoul Hausmann
Airgood Photography quotes by Susan Sontag
#19. Photographs shock insofar as they show something novel. #Quote by Susan Sontag
Airgood Photography quotes by Machado De Assis
#20. A man's eye serves as a photography to the invisible, as well as his ear serves as echo to the silence. #Quote by Machado De Assis
Airgood Photography quotes by Eliot Porter
#21. I do not photograph for ulterior purposes. I photograph for the thing itself - for the photograph - without consideration of how it may be used. #Quote by Eliot Porter
Airgood Photography quotes by Lee Friedlander
#22. Photographs also show the way that the camera sees. It's not just me or you or anybody else. The camera does something that is different from our own setting. #Quote by Lee Friedlander
Airgood Photography quotes by Elliott Erwitt
#23. The main thing is to study pictures and stop listening to the pontifictaions of photographers. Photographers aren't oracles of wisdom. If they're good photographers, then take a good look at their pictures - what else do you need? #Quote by Elliott Erwitt
Airgood Photography quotes by Don McCullin
#24. Photography belongs to a fraternity of its own. I was young and enthusiastic and wanted to take good pictures to show the other photographers. That, and the professional pride of convincing an editor that I was the man to go somewhere, were the most important things to me. #Quote by Don McCullin
Airgood Photography quotes by Bill Jay
#25. Ask photographers to write and they have nothing to say; ask them to talk about their work and they won't shut up. #Quote by Bill Jay
Airgood Photography quotes by Fay Godwin
#26. Born Berlin 1931, Germany, father a British diplomat, mother an American artist. Educated at various schools all over the world. 1958 Settled down to live in London. 1966 Became interested in photography through photographing my young children. No formal training. #Quote by Fay Godwin
Airgood Photography quotes by Dennis Hopper
#27. I am just a middle-class farm boy from Dodge City and my grandparents were wheat farmers. I thought painting, acting, directing and photography were all part of being an artist. I have made my money that way. And I have had some fun. It's not been a bad life. #Quote by Dennis Hopper
Airgood Photography quotes by Ali Shaw
#28. It was the touch that made him realize he loved her. Warmth from her scalp. Grease from her locks. He entwined his hand in her hair. It shrank through his moving fingers like sand. They lay together for a long time. Somewhere outside, a dog barked. He could barely believe he had lived so long without wanting to touch. Photography had made him forget the necessity of this feeling. #Quote by Ali Shaw
Airgood Photography quotes by Gerardo Suter
#29. To speak technically photography is the art of writing with light. But if I want to think about it more philosophically, I can say that photography is the art of writing with time. When you capture an image you capture not only a piece of space, you also capture a piece of time. So you have this piece of specific time in your square or rectangle. In that sense I find that photography has more to do with time than with light. #Quote by Gerardo Suter
Airgood Photography quotes by Margaret Bourke-White
#30. The camera is a remarkable instrument. Saturate yourself with your subject, and the camera will all but take you by the hand and point the way. #Quote by Margaret Bourke-White
Airgood Photography quotes by Lynsey Addario
#31. Photography has shaped the way I look at the world; it has taught me to look beyond myself and capture the world outside. #Quote by Lynsey Addario
Airgood Photography quotes by Edvard Munch
#32. Photography is an art which touches and grips one's own heart's blood. #Quote by Edvard Munch
Airgood Photography quotes by John Sexton
#33. I find the single most valuable tool in my darkroom is my trash can #Quote by John Sexton
Airgood Photography quotes by Josef Koudelka
#34. I am not interested in repetition. I don't want to reach the point from where I wouldn't know how to go further. It's good to set limits for oneself, but there comes a moment when we must destroy what we have constructed. #Quote by Josef Koudelka
Airgood Photography quotes by David Hurn
#35. In previous ages the word 'art' was used to cover all forms of human skill. The Greeks believed that these skills were given by the gods to man for the purpose of improving the condition of life. In a real sense, photography has fulfilled the Greek ideal of art; it should not only improve the photographer, but also improve the world. #Quote by David Hurn
Airgood Photography quotes by Jay Maisel
#36. If you're not shooting in the right direction, it doesn't matter how well you're shooting. #Quote by Jay Maisel

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