The first entry gathering forum signatures was a big hit. With the Pentax K20D announced and starting to ship (is it going to be a big hit, too?) there was some heavy activity on dpreview.com – and other. A chance to get some more and new signature quotes that made me think… or smile 🙂
He took a good photo and gave himself a pat on the back…He took a bad photo and blamed the camera, Hmmm…
You pay for what you get but you don’t necessarily get what you pay for
Take nothing but photos… Kill nothing but time… Leave nothing but footprints…
Capturing time that will never be the same
‘Why should I feel lonely ? is not our planet in the Milky way?’
‘We must look at the lens through which we see the world, as well as the world we see, and realize that the lens itself shapes and affects how we interpret the world…’
Never judge a photo by the person who has taken it.
Never judge a person by the photo they have taken.
The only stupid question is the one that goes unasked.
A picture can not take the memory away!
Amateurs worry about sharpness.
Professionals worry about sales.
Photographers worry about light.
Too many subjects, not enough time…
‘You can see a lot, just by looking.’
Remember: Too much Measurbating will make you go blind! :-p
Learning, learning, learning.. nothing more nothing less..
Get out and shoot them pictures!!!!
— Get a big lens and get closer™
‘Not everybody trusts paintings, but people believe photographs.’ — Ansel Adams
I have the deepest respect for all those people who like me.
Work… something I am forced to do between photography sessions.
We’re all experts here – just don’t expect any expertise.
So much to see, so much to revel in, and photograph in this world..can one have too many cameras?
-sadly lacking a witty cliched comment-
“Look and think before opening the shutter. The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera.” Yousuf Karsh
Peter Zack Pentaxforums.com
Some people’s photography would be so much better if they left the lens cap on.
And as a closing thought on the subject of internet forums, taken from xkcd.com: