Hello people of dA!
In the last weeks I'm getting the impression that there are many people out there that can easily be compared to fast food customers...
Finding many nice pictures in a few seconds, FAVING IT ALL, so that one can look it up later, when one has the time... (What maybe will never happen :confused: ) YES, I would call it "fast food art". It's the same issue like in music. People having thousands of music files on their gear, listening to just what their mood fits best at that time, spending no time to think or even really LISTEN to the music. And that's the point I am trying to make here;
We should not consume ar
The Street Photography of Chris Weeks
by techgnotic (https://www.deviantart.com/techgnotic)
It was only after many long frustrating hours of trying to describe what’s so special about the photographs of cweeks (https://www.deviantart.com/cweeks)...
That I finally realized I was trying to describe something that wasn’t there.
I finally realized that the magical something that sets cweeks (https://www.deviantart.com/cweeks)’ works apart from others is that his camera disappears. There is no sense as you look at his photos of street scenes and other captures that you are looking through a lens, even the lens of a particularly talented photographer. There is a sense of simply walkin