Memorandum

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Note to myself:There is in fact no such thing as an instantaneous photograph.

All photographs are time exposures of shorter or longer duration, and each describes a discrete parcel of time. This time is always the present. Uniquely in history of pictures, a photograph describes only that period of time in which it was made. Photography alludes to the past and the future only in so far as they exist in the present, the past through its surviving relics, the future through prophecy visible in the present.

デヴェロパーにつけてイメージが浮かんでくる瞬間の感動は変わらない

失敗したテストストリップなんだけど気に入っている

John Szarkowski (1925 – 2007) was a photographer, curator, historian, and critic. From 1962 to 1991 Szarkowski was the Director of Photography at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
写真というものを余計にややこしくしてくれて、どうもありがとう(苦笑い・・・)