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Site & Board Matters => Article Discussions => Topic started by: josh.reichmann on December 30, 2019, 05:08:24 pm

Title: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: josh.reichmann on December 30, 2019, 05:08:24 pm
https://luminous-landscape.com/happy-2020-whats-ahead-and-behind/
Title: Re: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: vartkes on December 31, 2019, 11:04:33 am
I encourage LuLa to continue exploring the entire oeuvre of art with photographs. I enjoy the technology/gear reviews and discussion (can't help it after a career in computer systems). I value even more the exploration of photographer as an artist and the art produced with photographs. While video and still genre are converging in equipment each stand distinct in creative sense. While I enjoy the art of video I practice in still form.
Thank you Josh for trying to broaden Lula's horizon. I am sure Michael approves as an explorer, adventurer and technologist.
Vartkes
Title: Re: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: mecrox on January 01, 2020, 07:58:57 am
I really appreciate your broadening the scope of LULA with regard to “the philosophy and techniques of photography”. And your interest in “cognition, perception, ecology, and examining the why or poetry of photography from a less conventional angle”. These are what make this site lively and interesting. There are 1001 pretty similar sites on the kit but far, far fewer on philosophy, aesthetics and the best of current work among talented photographers and artists today. Those are what bring me here.

Happy New Year!



Title: Re: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: Alan Klein on January 01, 2020, 08:11:34 am
Good luck and much success in the New Year.
Title: Re: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: Ray Cox on January 01, 2020, 10:31:36 pm
A very good update on the past and current direction of the site Josh. I am looking forward to what the future of the site will bring. Thanks for all the hard work keeping the site alive and well!
Title: Re: 2020 Visions - A Year in Focus
Post by: Alistair on January 10, 2020, 07:58:29 pm
I too am enjoying the direction of the site and its lean toward the artistic rather than the solely  technical. Keep up the good work. Wonderful image of your daughter too!