Why I Love Photography, Camera Clubs and PSA
Lewis, Fred M., PSA Journal
Of all the processes that man has invented throughout the ages, photography, in my estimation, is man's crowning achievement. The camera is almost like a portable time machine, seeing past, present and sometimes into the future. Photography is limitless in its boundaries. It is the purest of all art forms encompassing both details in light, shadow and form.
Just as the painter creates different worlds on his canvas, so does the photographer create different worlds with his camera. The photographer has no restrictions in his creativity and is only hampered by his own imagination.
An aspiring student of photography can go to school to learn the basics of photography, but no one can teach him how to develop his own ideas, this must come from within himself. He must learn by experience to create his own way of thinking in order to master the art of photography.
One of the many ways to do this is to associate …
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Publication information: Article title: Why I Love Photography, Camera Clubs and PSA. Contributors: Lewis, Fred M. - Author. Magazine title: PSA Journal. Volume: 64. Issue: 12 Publication date: December 1998. Page number: 10. © 2008 Photographic Society of America, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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