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Critique Sheet #2

Identification of the Moment: Morning view from bathroom window, La Sussurrata, May 2017 Description: A colored foto showing a bougainvillea and a naked pergola. The purple flowers dominate the picture. Analysis: the picture was taken from inside a window.  However, … Continue reading

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Critique Sheet for Every Day Life

Instead of a selfie, why not photograph a moment such as when sitting at the kitchen table, or looking out the window, or stopping on a walk around the block then critiquing the photograph as if it were a painting. … Continue reading

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Daily Aesthetics

My friend Anthy is an expert at making life photogenic. She can turn even a simple act such as serving water into a photo shoot. Anthy’s Daily Aesthetics transforms the world around her into a magical place. Anthy’s Refreshment Glasses … Continue reading

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My Instagram

from my Instagram page: A Photogenic Lifestyle   related: How to Pose for Instagram (and make your life photogenic)

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Verano Monumental Cemetery

One Sunday morning, Ute and I finally got together for a coffee at Marani’s. We mentioned our need for more physical exercise.  She does yoga and I walk. Ute, unlike a flâneur,  said she didn’t like to walk unless she … Continue reading

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Droit d’image

The French have a not so photogenic privacy law that prohibits you from photographing anyone, even in a public place, without their written permission.  Had the law been activated before 1970, we would not have had the pleasure of seeing … Continue reading

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Exercises in Style

He had a degree in  philosophy.  However, Raymond Queneau is known as a writer.  For awhile, he hung out with the Surrealists but questioned their fixation with the subconscious since he preferred mathematics and rational reasoning. Queneau’s best known work … Continue reading

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