Luc Dewaele, dagboek

Over fotografie en leven.

First we take Liège. (7)

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First we take Liège. (6)

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First we take Liège. (5)

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First we take Liège. (4)

 

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First we take Liège. (3)

 

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First we take Liège. (2)

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http://bip-liege.org

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First we take Liège. (1)

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United Colors of Obesiton & Venus.

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Dog of the day (Snoopy).

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Gaming in the garden ©Flanders

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Flemish towns to avoid (76)

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My 63m walk. ©Flanders.

63m

 

Godot (2). ©Flanders

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The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words. Elliott Erwitt.

 

A day at the Races (2). ©Flanders.

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Thanks to Edward Steichen.EdwardSteichenGrandPrix

A day at the Races (1). ©Flanders.

Thanks to Edward Steichen.

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Flemish towns to avoid (75)

 

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Postcard ©Flanders

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Tree, the foliage options. ©Flanders

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Perspectives (3). ©Flanders

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Flemish towns to avoid (74)

My rural roots revisited.

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Skin.

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‘The more specific you are, the more general it’ll be’. Diane Arbus

The more specific you are, the more general it’ll be.
Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/d/dianearbus101928.html#0ElH44bs5IzBm04H.9

Perspectives (2). ©Flanders

mmm

 

From an interview with Frank Golhke :

‘Art critics say your photographs are meant to challenge the romantic naturalism of Ansel Adams.’

‘That’s a pretty fair statement. When I was coming of age as a photographer, Adams was the great figure in landscape photography. I admired his work, but I didn’t feel as though his vision of nature’s grandeur was something I could believe in. I was more interested in looking at urbanization and the seamless mix between the human world and the natural world.’

That’s a pretty fair statement. When I was coming of age as a photographer, Adams was the great figure in landscape photography. I admired his work, but I didn’t feel as though his vision of nature’s grandeur was something I could believe in. I was more interested in looking at urbanization and the seamless mix between the human world and the natural world.Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/q-and-a-frank-gohlke-44232755/#ug7eWokYoVloU6Jd.99
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Art critics say your photographs are meant to challenge the romantic naturalism of Ansel Adams.
That’s a pretty fair statement. When I was coming of age as a photographer, Adams was the great figure in landscape photography. I admired his work, but I didn’t feel as though his vision of nature’s grandeur was something I could believe in. I was more interested in looking at urbanization and the seamless mix between the human world and the natural world.Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/q-and-a-frank-gohlke-44232755/#ug7eWokYoVloU6Jd.99
Give the gift of Smithsonian magazine for only $12! http://bit.ly/1cGUiGv
Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on Twitter

The unbearable importance of context.

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Photographers have to impose order, bring structure to what they photograph. It is inevitable. A photograph without structure is like a sentence without grammar—it is incomprehensible, even inconceivable.

 

Stephen Shore

 

This week’s models. (Only serious & wild people depicted)

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