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I'm not sure the way the argument is proposed is entirely valid. Perhaps comparing Gursky to Winogrand, a supposedly prolific shooter, instead of comparing Gursky to a casual shooter? I think also art photographers generally don't consider themselves photographers per se. Like Cindy Sherman, for whom photography is essentially a way to record a set piece. Jeff Wall, another art photographer, takes as long as a year working on a single photograph, preparing the tableau.
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Just a thought to follow-on from yesterday.... Andreas Gursky allegedly makes ten pieces a year. Ansel Adams said twelve good photographs in a year was good production. Consider—just mull over in your mind—the implications of two ways of working: 1.) you shoot casually and intermittently on wee...
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