Tag Archives: artistry

Why Photography is Hard

Post-processing photographs is something amazing and not a little like alchemy. Here’s an example. I watched the whole thing and I am partly amazed, partly stupefied. I was amazed at the knowledge displayed and the effects wrought. I would not … Continue reading

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Ruining Art

The worst trend in American culture at the present moment is the hijacking and revising of older works by perpetually offended activists and their artistic enablers. The examples are sadly plentiful: Captain America movies, where Bucky’s race was changed Star … Continue reading

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Works Are External

Works of art are external to their creators, and this is a glorious thing. If we could not understand or appreciate a human creation outside of its creator, then our experiences would be attenuated immeasurably. This is true because not … Continue reading

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