Quote of the Day

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Some pictures are tentative forays without your even knowing it. They become methods. It’s important to take bad pictures. It’s the bad ones that have to do with what you’ve never done before. They can make you recognize something you hadn’t seen in a way that will make you recognize it when you see it again.

 

 

 

Diane Arbus

(1923-1971)

American Photographer

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2 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. Mel Says:

    Oh I’m so glad to know this. LOL (this from the woman who takes lots of bad ones to come up with a few good ones….LOL)

    • planetcity1 Says:

      You know, of course, that Jackson Pollock, the artist, first started his fluid and expressive drip style of painting after unintentionally splashing some paint on the floor while working on a far different piece. His, and the world’s art changed after his taking notice of that moment’s exchange.

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