DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU THINK 21More Like This
The race against evolution dissolved. by ~skyline03 ps139 by ~Campo-Diaz
Talk me Out by ~WonderMilkyGirl Moving V by *veramente
Moscow Night Story by *inObrAS Till Tecken by *JabLab Talk me Out by ~WonderMilkyGirl
Tree+wall+field+frost1 by *Coigach Moscow Night Story by *inObrAS YBR V2 by *KizukiTamura
Balance by *Einsilbig YBR V1 by *KizukiTamura Plakatok 8 by ~Kaa-khan
YBR V1 by *KizukiTamura Plakatok 8 by ~Kaa-khan We are shadows to one another by *YourForgiveness
hORIZON (dE sOINS) CABOSSE by *TofstoFs We are shadows to one another by *YourForgiveness I'm Waking Up... by *Corvidae65
We Will All Turn To DustI've always admired Christiane's :iconscheinbar: journals! So well thought out and assembled. It must take her days to do each one, so I dedicate this journal to her!More Like This
All words (and quite a few images ) by Christiane--:iconscheinbar: The words were posted on several of her pieces and I just arranged them as they seemed to flow together into a nice poem
would you like to be
what would you like to be...?
I have a million ideas of characters, I'd like to be
Fortgegangen by *scheinbarRemains by *Art2mys
To be Another by *scheinbarI wasn't there! by ~peterle28on legs by *scheinbar
Interference by *BlauBeerKuchenin twodimensional space by *scheinbarBack From Germany by *KizukiTamura
how does it feel to live in this dimension?
Portrait of Juri by =MenoevilA girl and her dead tree by =MenoevilWhispering wind by =Menoevil
gitternetz zwischen hier und jetzt by *scheinbar:thumb396002496
Discussion 3 ~ The Validity of Abstraction“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.”More Like This
- Ansel Adams
When photography was first created it was used primarily for portraits. It was not yet mobile and therefore could not yet be used in genres like landscape or journalism. Portrait painters at the time felt that photography was not legitimately artistic, and this spurred the "Pictorialist" photographic movement. In defense of their art, Pictorialists depicted subjects with soft visual effects and artistic poses. At the beginning of the twentieth century a man named Paul Strand countered the "Pictorialist" movement stating that it was too apologetic, and did not take advantage of the new medium.
Paul Strand was an American Modernist photographer leading the drive to establish photography as a valid form of fine art. However, he did not believe that all forms of photography held artistic value. His argument was based on the idea - central to modernist art, of 'trut