Andreas Feininger Quotes

Andreas Feininger Quotes: Experience has shown that the more fascinating the subject, the less observant the photographer.
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Andreas Feininger Quote: No one can do inspired work without genuine interest in his subject and understanding of its characteristics.
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Quotes about Andreas Feininger: Two factors thus emerge as requisites of success in the field of creative photography. First, the subject must be photogenic. Second, its re-creation in a photograph must be based upon technical knowledge, guided and supported by artsitic inspiration.
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Quote about Andreas Feininger: Before you shoot an irresistible subject, mute all your senses except sight to find out how much is left for the camera to record.
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Andreas Feininger Sayings: Don't look for
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Andreas Feininger Saying: Photographers - idiots, of which there are so many - say,
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Sayings about Andreas Feininger: Unless a subject interests me, I'll pass it over and save my film for better things.
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Saying about Andreas Feininger: The first impression of a new subject is not necessary the best. Seen from a different angle or under different condition it might look even better. Always study a three - dimensional subject with one eye closed.
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Andreas Feininger Quotes: Every successful photograph, except for lucky shots, begins with an idea and a plan. The more precisely a photographer knows what it is he wishes to do, the better the chances are that he will do it.
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Andreas Feininger Quote: The difference in 'seeing' between the eye and the lens should make it obvious that a photographer who merely points his camera at an appealing subject and expects to get an appealing picture in return, may be headed for a disappointment.
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Quotes about Andreas Feininger: What matters is not what you photograph, but why and how you photograph it. Even the most controversial subject, if depicted by a sensitive photographer with honesty, sympathy, and understanding, can be transformed into an emotionally rewarding experience.
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Quote about Andreas Feininger: The photographer has almost as much control over his subject matter as a painter. He can control light and shade, form and space, pattern and texture, motion and mood, everything except composition.
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Andreas Feininger Sayings: (1) The more thoroughly a photographer explores his subject with the camera (i.e., the more pictures he makes), the more he sees and the better his chance of getting good results. (2) Even slight changes in subject approach can make significant differences in the effect of the picture.
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Andreas Feininger Saying: It's nothing but a matter of seeing, thinking, and interest. That's what makes a good photograph. And then rejecting anything that would be bad for the picture. The wrong light, the wrong background, time and so on. Just don't do it, not matter how beautiful the subject is.
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