Nikon D3s c. May 2011
Why bother about the norms of photography? If creativity is to prosper, there should be no rules, no paradigm. The imposition of rules on how a photograph should appear rudely robs it of its aesthetic nature. Reviews from critics are confusing, at odds, so that there is no structure, reflecting the ambiguity of human nature. If human nature itself is undefinable, why bother about conformity?
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