Okay, so there seems to be this little problem nowadays where everyone thinks they're a photographer. The problem is: these "photographers" are showcasing poorly shot images, using terrible lighting, having myspace angles. Yeah, photography this does not make, kids. You can enjoy taking your pictures all you want, but it's not really too artistic.
Photographers actually set up an image in order for it to be aesthetically pleasing. There's a lot of work behind getting that perfect shot.
Hobbyist photographers, while they may not take everything into consideration, still use at least composition, lighting, and exposure.
If anyone cares to know what the faster frames say its: composition, lighting, line, value, shape, form, space, texture, contrast, colour, movement, emphasis, pattern, proportion, unity, perspective, balance, exposure, quality. These are factors taken into consideration when the photographer is behind a camera. They are the elements and principles of photography, along with a couple other miscellaneous points.
I, personally, want to get into the photography field, but I feel as though I'm not going to be taken seriously due to my age and the various "photographers" in my age bracket that really don't pay too much mind to how things are set up. It's depressing really.
So I decided to make this stamp for my own personal use as there were no other ones that I could find with this sort of message. I hope you guys can find use for it, as well.
Oh, and if anyone goes to look for my photography to see if I have the right to say this and only finds crappy snapshots, that's because this isn't my photo account. XD It's *Mih43l.
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I agree with everything in this stamp! I'm not very good at photography right now, I'll admit that, since all the pictures I take right now are pretty amature looking. But I'm really wanting it to be my career some day, and my family all tell me I have a natural talent for it. I'm going to technology school next year to learn photography as well. So, I may not know everything about photography now, but i keep my fingers crossed for the future.
exactly. It irks me when people take crappy snapshots and think that they're on a professional level. especially when they do it withreally nice cameras. Just because someone has a professional grade camera doesnt make them a photographer. I mean, you could use a disposable camera and still get really good shots. it all depends on what is being photographed, not just what is photographing it. That myspace-mirror-photo is still shitty, no matter the equipment.
I've been looking for a stamp like this for so long! I couldn't agree more. I found an amazing picture when looking at photography pictures once then I went to their gallery and went into their photography album and that was the only thing close to photography in there. The rest were MySpace angles of themselves. They were a waste of a Nikon D7000, and they aren't the only ones I've seen like that.
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