Innovation and technology are already servant of human discontent. All this new found and created based on discontent
humans will be a lot of things. New discoveries sought to present values more of the things first. More cheaper, better, lighter, more compact, faster, and various over other kinds. And talk about something more, born “more fast “or” more instant “as acquisition leaders of majority voting.
Various kinds of products finding man was created with only added benefits of faster and more instant as a value-added
main. Instant tea bags, instant noodles, instant ready to drink beverages, photographs instant, and all kinds of things
can remove the time required to process and wait began to be created. Mental and demands of people for also do not want to learn something less rapid. Many of us met books with titles 24 hours mastering, or practical tips in minutes, etc.
Many people say that the ability of a person in photography only determined by age and hours flown. Without intending to support the
or refute these ideas, the opportunity this time we we
presents Joey Lawrence, a photographer who was only 18 years old
that we have the sensitivity, the ability and maturity of thought
a photographer. Through our interviews with him, we met some
spontaneous answers are honest, simple but has depth of meaning.
Seeing the work, thinking and extraordinary ability is inspiring
us to bring a positive spirit photography enthusiasts Indonesia
for glass and brave flog myself to try to keep
become even better.
Wanna learn about the classic black and white photography. Experts says begin it with your sense, feel your camera, and learn it from the expert. Here’s our conversation with Rolfe Horn, one of the legendary.
How did you know & learn
photography? Tell us from the
My first camera I bought at a garage
sale when I was 8 years old. I was fascinated
with the camera and the photos
it would produce.
It seems that you love doing black &
white photography, Please explain
I believe black and white is immediately
more mysterious because we
see in color all the time. It is also more
subjective. I think it is quieter and more
calm than color. I like to print all my
own work and I can interpret black and
white very subjectively in the darkroom.
It is a personal preference.
What makes you interest on
doing landscape photography?
Please explain. Photographers
doing landscape photography
with so many different reason.
There are some who just want
to re-create the beauty of nature
on photography media, and
some other wan to bring a story
on every picture he/she created.
How about you?