There is also a related question for this

A book we read because a friend of ours told us about it and it is great and has touched us is many years of study in relation to a university. I’m not snubbing universities but you saw that nowadays almost all the janitors have a master’s degree. I don’t see that the culture of the population has gone up. DL. We will look at it in a little more detail. We live in the age of photography cheap good cameras and smartphones sorry to interrupt you I didn’t answer something technically. The technique needs so much that it is not an obstacle to your creation. It doesn’t need more. All good photographers are good craftsmen in the sense that they know how to do what they do. If you need something more you will know. In general the technique is easy you have to know the technique well so that it doesn’t hinder you doesn’t bring you thoughts while you’re taking photos doubts.

It does not narrate it has no narrating power

In this respect digital media has helped us. DL Now here you are Photo Retouching making me ask a common trivial question. Do you prefer a photo that is technically flawless or one that is shaken with a very strong point PR A proper photo. DL If we had these two PR If the photo if I say a shaken photo it will be a bad photo because the shake will have messed up the photo. That is a dark photo is correct if the dark under lit if you like helps it. If the low light makes me not see well and I don’t know what I’m seeing it doesn’t help her. You know the picture describes nothing else does it describes. It does not narrate it has no narrating power. So it says a stone that. It doesn’t tell you where the stone is what it’s made of what it is. Stone. Anything that interrupts communication with the description is bad. So you took a shaky photo. If the shake is such as I say is this a man or a tree I lost.

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The photographer or the person it makes sense

If the shaking is such that I say he is excited he means the photographer or CE Leads the person it makes sense. If the low light justifies the shake it makes sense. So anything that throws me off the description is something that doesn’t serve the photo. So shaken or not right that is there is no right lighting. Correct lighting is only done by some bad TV operators they drown everything in the light to record everything. Correct lighting is the one that serves the atmosphere of the film. The cameraman the great cameraman Atsuta the Japanese who was Ozu’s cameraman all his life Wenders asks him in an interview does he say did you discuss the details of the shoot with Ozu beforehand I didn’t just ask him what time of year the shoot is taking place so I know how to light accordingly. I wish I could hear this from a Greek cinematographer.

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