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6 Photographers Shot the Same Person and the Results are Astonishing

 
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Feb 12, 2016 15:30 |  #1

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Feb 12, 2016 15:51 |  #2

Interesting video; thanks for sharing.


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Feb 16, 2016 19:41 |  #3

Pretty cool. Thanks for posting the vid. It's interesting to see how many different perspectives people can come up with when dealing with one subject, and how they approach the shoot with the information they are given. Cool idea.



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Feb 16, 2016 20:27 |  #4

great quick video, thanks for sharing




  
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Feb 16, 2016 23:28 |  #5

Wow! Great video. Thanks for posting!

To be honest, I think the photographers who had the rings in their noses did the best jobs!

A leading pundit had this to day about the rings: "In fact, in the United States, nose piercing may be seen as an act of rebellion against conservative values."

To be sure, a "rebellion against conservative values" can signify a higher intelligence, a greater understanding, but most important of all - more photographic talent!

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Feb 17, 2016 05:52 |  #6

What do you think?

I think...inadequate ego development.


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Feb 17, 2016 17:37 |  #7

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I was surprised at the results.

When I read the title of this thread, I thought that the main differences between the photos would be aesthetic.
By this I mean that my focus was on things like color palette, incorporation of background elements, arrangement of various elements within the frame, etc, and those were the things that I was expecting to see exploited in different ways by the 6 photographers.

What I found, instead, is that the primary focus of the photographers was much more about the subject himself. His character. That is a radically different than the way I would have approached the assignment. I guess that's why I am not a human portrait photographer. If what makes a good portrait photographer is the ability to capture someone's character - who they are - then I wouldn't be very good at that, because I am simply not interested in people's character. I am really pretty much just interested in the aesthetic and compositional properties of a photograph.

If they did the same type of thing with 6 different wildlife photographers, and had them all photograph the same elk, or the same lizard or bird, then I think the results of the experiment would be very, very interesting to me.

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"They're", "their", and "there" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one.
"Fare" and "fair" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one. The proper expression is "moot point", NOT "mute point".

  
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