I watched all four videos from that series. For the most part, I don't understand how it's supposed to help my photography.
There are small exceptions, such as: understanding that the way I try to present something may not be how it's perceived. And, that I can attempt to limit this by keeping closely linked media consistent. But, that was elementary. More importantly, it's unachievable in most contexts. For example, we won't create a separate instagram account for each type of message we wish to portray.
What the videos did chiefly is lead me to question the ethics of portraiture, and existentially: to consider the vanity of man.
Oil paintings and even portraits are used almost entirely to appeal to vanity (or sexual desire), but what do we do about that? The speaker didn't suggest an alternative.
Is there something you wanted me to see, that I missed?
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