I found on internet this interesting conversation between the myth Josef Koudelka and Frank Horvat, another really good photographer, and they have 2 completly different ways of thinking, I’ve found the conversation really really interesting:
This article explains really well what are the limits that a post-production can reach:
Hi to all,
I’ve seen the story, and I have a critic to do.
I think that the story is great, is an incredible big story, but the pictures are not so good.
I think most of them are without feelings, just at the end of the story he is getting better and more near, but until he die, there is no feelings for me.
I think also that 71 pictures are really too much for a story like that, I don’t keep the attention on it.
Try to see the slideshow without the sound, so you can concentrate on the pictures, and you will see what I’m saying.
To all students in nelson’s lighting class: Check out the piece called ” A Life Well Lived” quite moving…..
This is the direct link to the story :
A life well lived
We have a strange reletionship with the water.
It seams that we try to defend from the vastness of the sea, and we are enclosed on the land.
We can’t live out there, we need to breath.
But at the same time we are fascinated from this vastness.
I tried to show this fascination that I have for the sea…ocean here.