“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” Henri Cartier-Bresson
With our digital cameras, we have no problem reaching the 10,000 mark. I wonder what our next 10,000 will turn out like? Henri Cartier-Bresson, a French photographer was an early adopter of the 35mm format. Considered to be the father of modern photojournalism, he is known for his remarkable candid shots and his contribution to the development of the “street photography.”
9 thoughts on “The First 10,000”
In the “olden days” the cost of the film, developing, processing of 10,000 photos would have been very costly. Today, it is the cost of a good camera.
I remember those costs!! And then I had to wait until they were developed to see whether there were any ones that weren’t blurry. It really was a hit and miss type of thing.
I have been learning so much from you about photography! Very interesting!
Thank you so much! I have too! You know that I love quotes, but it is the story that goes when them that is far more interesting…
I agree!!! The story that goes with them is definitely more interesting! 🙂
Guten Abend Rebecca
In Deinen Blog sind schöne Fotos.
Ich kann eine pps, oder Umwandeln zu – Video- von Deinen Fotos – aus – Deinen Blog erstellen, wenn Du möchtest. Bitte gebe eine Antwort.
Liebe Grüße von uns. Wolfgang
Good evening Rebecca
in your Blog are beautiful photos.
I can provide one pps, or to converting video from your photos – out your Blog, if you liked. Please give an answer.
Love of greetings from us. Wolfgang
You are so very generous with your comments!!! I am only an amateur photographer who loves documenting life. I will keep your kind offer in mind as I go along!!! Thank you so much, dear friend.
This is beautiful! Where is this??
Believe it or not, that is the view from my computer room. A few years back, we sold our home in the suburbs and came back to Vancouver and condo living. We overlook Cambie bridge and Olympic Village. Vancouver is known for its rainfall. There are many days when I see a rainbow. But I haven’t found the pot of gold yet so I keep on looking…
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