The Outlaws Of Photography
Even knowing that i could be branded an outlaw of photography i declare myself a rebel in photography and an outlaw.
As i grew older and wiser i found myself feeling a lot more confident and finally found the courage to break the laws
of photography, i decided to go into this new world in which there would not be any laws of photography, i decided
not to follow any lines, or to divide my image into thirds, maybe fourths or fifths or sixths or maybe non of the above, i
had to break free because i felt tied up and constrained.
It wasn’t until i decided to free myself of those constraints that the real feeling of freedom surrounded my soul and i
finally was free to create whatever i wanted to create.
So i decided to search to see if there were other photographers that were also breaking the laws, and to my surprise
i found many, some of them very famous ones of the past and some of the present, here are some of my findings.
Igor Stravinsky By
Pablo Picasso By Arnold Newman
This outlaw names Arnold Newman decided to break one of the rules “Thy will not crop your photos in post-production, do all your cropping
in camera” Well here is proof that he not only cropped the photo he straighten it.
This photo of the famous Che Guevara was taken by Mr Alberto Korda.
This outlaw decided to break one of the cardinal rules of Photography “Thy shall not crop your photos in post-production, do all your cropping in camera”
Well here is proof that he not only cropped the photo but he also straighten it.
More Outlaws To Come
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