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    Default Re: Favorite Themes to Shoot?

    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    I'm wondering the rationale on panzerpunk's thoughts.

    Is it always a *MUST* that people must photograph human subjects? I don't have a high preference for human subjects, I photograph them as I see fit but I don't see a 'MUST' do it.
    Yup, actually was referring to his post as well. It isn't a 'must' to always photograph human subjects. Different people like photographing different things which they like, and not necessarily must be of humans only. Thats what makes photography so interesting. A good mix of everything makes one a more 'balanced' photographer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garion
    Yup, actually was referring to his post as well. It isn't a 'must' to always photograph human subjects. Different people like photographing different things which they like, and not necessarily must be of humans only. Thats what makes photography so interesting. A good mix of everything makes one a more 'balanced' photographer.
    I call it raging hormones We can discuss this privately

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    My favourite theme is "no theme"

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    Default Re: Favorite Themes to Shoot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garion
    Yup, actually was referring to his post as well. It isn't a 'must' to always photograph human subjects. Different people like photographing different things which they like, and not necessarily must be of humans only. Thats what makes photography so interesting. A good mix of everything makes one a more 'balanced' photographer.
    Photography's a physical reflection and manifestation of our thoughts and visions.

    How often are u guilty of this statement to your model?
    "Ok, look there. Turn ur head this way. I want u to think abt [insert event]. Give me that look in ur eyes".

    If a person shooting person without holding thought to it, or holding what he thinks will reflect (be it the model's characteristics or his thoughts), it would be another shot.
    "Wonders of the Human Mind. Unfathomable to the highest degree."

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    i like to shoot animals...not literally...well..sorta literally too but...ya =P i love taking pics of dogs and cats, esp small kids with their pets...but i totally suck at taking pics...so...ya =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by luel
    haha what's with the interest in japanese school outfits?

    and nope i dont do foc...not really anyway =P poor student here needs cash
    if the model pretty, she (most models refered here r... ) wear wad should oso look gd in pic.

    there r many japanese schools i think its d plunging necklines of d sailor suits tt r ...

    poor guy dun hav spare cash for model (female) shoot, will settle for stuff from ard my hse as models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luel
    i like to shoot animals...not literally...well..sorta literally too but...ya =P i love taking pics of dogs and cats, esp small kids with their pets...but i totally suck at taking pics...so...ya =P
    Good for you keep at it cause animals and children can be the most natural models.
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