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Next Event: 10/10/2018                    


Mark Greenland


Photography As Art

Mark says he has been learning how to take a photograph for 33 years, and believes he is getting close! He has been intrigued by visual art for as long as he can remember (a period he says is diminishing daily).


He has no formal training in “Art” but has read a good deal about the subject over the years, and has considered photography’s place in the arts world over many years of judging photo competitions. (He has judged the FIPP, the Perth National and countless camera club events). Like all of us, he has experienced (some might say: “suffered”) judging as an author, and he has given the present topic much study.


With all the strength his ageing body can muster, he denies that he is old, but admits he has seen the great transition from the predominantly documentary photographic style which preceded the digital age, to the flights of fancy permitted by Photoshop and its offspring.


He says the bland title of this topic masks some relevant and controversial issues and he hopes to facilitate lively debate: bring rotten tomatoes and brass knuckles!




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