Monday, June 15, 2009

Hey, photographers, is this true?

(Photo via vi.sualize.us)

12 comments:

down and out chic said...

hmmm, i dunno. does being in love help your photography skills, because i'm definitely in love but i'm kind of crappy with the camera.

TERI REES WANG said...

I took a few shots yesterday.
My husband said, "Oh, so did you make a bunch of new beautiful photos for your collection"?
"Nope". ...he just started laughing.
I took them but they were not so beautiful, so I ditched them.

Maybe it's a moment-by-moment love thing...? I'll try again later.

Cynthia at A Shimmy in My Spirit said...

Maybe it's about being in love with some thing, not just some one - in love with photography?

Kotori said...

Being in love helps in all sorts of ways... but maybe not with photography...

Chessa! said...

hmmm...I don't know. maybe. at the very least you must be in love with life to take the time and have the desire to capture it through a tiny viewfinder. :)

Blair said...

Oh, I love that photo!

TheBeautyFile said...

lol at down and out chic...feel the same way! i think i would be a worse photographer if i wasn't in love...is that even a sentence?

umama said...

Hmmm ... this could be true.. It is like a muse I suppose. Even when you are not in love, you are possibly affected by it! I for one am a hopeless romantic... which totally inspires me, but at the same time... I can just photograph out of a passion for the subject!

stacy said...

i'm going to vote... true!

even if it's not i'd like to believe it.

Delectable Swank said...

I think they might have meant "love" in an all-encompassing way, as in there must be something in your life that you are in love with, even if you don't have a significant other. There's still your friends, family, pets, hobbies, etc. it's an interesting thought!

cgw @ accidentally, kle said...

in love with life, perhaps? ♥

Jennifer Ramos said...

Such a TRUE statement, I used to shoot... :)


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