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Jonathan Cross

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Is it becoming stereotyped?
« on: November 16, 2021, 01:43:34 pm »

There are many excellent landscape photographs taken all over our world.  Beautiful, dramatic, exciting, gorgeous colour, great in b&w are just some of the descriptors.  Often, though, they are devoid of people and another descriptor could be 'lonely' (even if in fact there were loads of people just out of shot!).

Is landscape photography becoming stereotyped?  There are obviously examples where humans give context and scale, but they may be outweighed by lonely ones.

Just interested, and not meant to devalue or criticise anyones work!


Jonathan in UK
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