The world according to O. Bisogno Scotti
Veronika. Thanks for liking this sentimental quote by Robert Frank.
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simonbowler. Thanks for liking this quote that addresses the sentimentality all artists feel for their images…whether they like it or not.
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lalocabruja. Thanks for liking this quote. I can relate to it also.
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colorspark. Thanks for liking this famous photographer quote. Robert Frank has some of the best.
joshi. Thanks for liking this Robert Frank Quote. As far as photography quotes go, I would rank him in the top 10.
mingophoto. Thanks for liking this quote. Frank is deep!
Rondje. Thanks for liking this Robert Frank quote on sentimentality…sometimes it gets in the way, and sometimes it doesn’t.
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well at least he’s aware of his sentimentality – I do have my doubts though that anyone is able to totally take themselves ‘out of the picture’ – and isn’t that really a part of the artistic endeavor?
That’s an excellent question. I think we are all aware of our sentimentality, and I have a hard time disassociating myself from it. In fact, it is impossible…so for my own sake I must believe it is part of the artistic endeavor. I am in every photograph I make.
Artists live in fear of sinking in a mire of cloying sentimentality. 🙂
In the words of one of the famous photographers here in your blog is a quote that seems to follow your thought:
“To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs: I respond, ‘There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.’ “
Wisdom and wit, delivered with a bit of humor. That is Ansel Adams. His quotes were prolific and significant, none less meaningful than another.
MostafaEmgiem. Thanks for liking this. It is one of the most popular of the 200 plus Famous Artist Quotes to date on Blog-Bisogno.com. You can get to all the quotes quickly and easily by clicking on the Quotes category at the top of the page.
moorezart. Thanks for liking this Robert Frank Quote. There has been such an overwhelming response that I am developing a sentimentality towards it. 🙂
sukiyama02. Thanks for liking this. I love turning people on to quotes of the great masters of photography. It is a learning experience.
Yes…Bisogno…good way to study English.
Wonderful. If I can impart nothing else, I will rest assured that you know more English than before you started following Blog-Bisogno.com. 🙂
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