Why People Like Bad Photography
I have given it a lot of thought: Why do people like bad photography? More specifically why do people like photography that offers little more than aesthetic value. When starting out, photographers tend to be enamored by what they see as good photography, mostly because they do not understand how it is done. But once they figure it, in order to grow as an artist, they should begin asking themselves their intent. Why are they making photographs the way they are making them? How can they make meaningful images and grow as an artist? I have been a professional event photographer in Los Angeles for 10 years while teaching photography at the same time.
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