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RALPH HATTERSLEY
Photography is for you. Dive in and enjoy a hearty swim. - Ralph Hattersley - (Introduction), Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 10
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One of the grooviest things in photography is artificially combining natural forms and human forms in the same picture. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 175
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If a person carrying a camera gives a strong impression that he belongs wherever she happens to be, people will believe him. Shy and evasive behavior invariably evokes suspicion with respect to motives. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 94
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We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 78
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Understand your aesthetic sense - photographing the nude to help you improve your perceptivity to understand and feel the relation between aesthetics and sensuality. Uncovering hidden facets of yourself. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 95
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Until the photographer accepts his manipulation of reality for what it really is he will never arrive at full responsibility for his behavior as a photographer. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 139
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A common hang-up with photographers is the notion that they must invariably and without fail make their pictures. By this, they mean that they should never shoot something just as it is but should themselves make as many ‘contributions’ to it as possible. Only then, they say, have they the right to call their pictures their own. They do not, of course, realize that this is a neurotic point of view and that its hidden implications would show them in a very bad light. - Ralph Hattersley, Discover Your Self Through Photography by Ralph Hattersley , ISBN: 0871000997 , Page: 199
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