Photography is dead. Not that people are stopped taking selfies. It’s just we stopped reading words, now we read images. Hundreds per day. Each image must have meaning that is relevant to our lives. Ask yourself, how many books did you read before fast DSL internet became available. Then calculate how many books were added to your bookshelf thereafter.
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If something does not add to the quality of your life, it takes it away. Looking at pics does nothing. Admiring art inspires. Very few are not lured into the pixilated fantasy of fast moving digital feeds. We have to revisit the old saying, “less is more”. Remove as many distractions from your various screens and replace it with something you can touch and feel.