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How do you feel...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by YesMrBronson, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. annie2010

    annie2010 Occasional commenter

    Agree with you, Glitterkid. Now that I have reached 'a certain age', everytime I see myself in photos it's like looking at my late mum!
    Also, now that my eldest is an adult, she's so like one of my aunts.



     
  2. impis

    impis New commenter

    I look at old pictures of me and think to myself 'blimey, I wasn't so bad after all.'

    This is a bit worrying because I know that in 10 years time, I'll look at the godawful pictures of me know and think the same. Which means that in 10 years time. I'll look worse than the pictures of me taken today. OOer - hardly bears thinking about, really!
     
  3. impis

    impis New commenter

    now
     
  4. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Can't agree - I have over a thousand pics online and I can remember what I was doing and thinking when I took all of them, especially how I was composing the shot and trying to get the exposure right.

    Again, I disagree - you can be creative with a camera. Different techniques at the point of capture will result in different meanings and different interpretations of the image, without any fancy cropping or image manipulation.

    The camera is a tool - a piece of inert equipment, not a supernatural being. It's the photographer who adds the magic ;-)
     
  5. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    That's defeatist nonsense - there's no reason why can't grow into our looks in our mature years.

    I know I'm still waiting in hope.. ;-)
     

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