26/2/2014

XBCD on photos…

I love this comic about Photos from xkcd…

It speaks on many levels—obviously starting with the fact that people can enjoy the same event differently, having very different but equally valid experiences.

It also asks an important question—how does someone else enjoying something differently than you affect you? (Unless of course their enjoyment causes harm to you or others).

In a similar way, the way people make photographs will vary according to their vision. Three people can make three very different photographs of the same subject at the same moment, depnding partly on their equipment, their skill and (most importantly)


photography XKCD


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