*Photographic Quotes

Photographic Quotes – Andreas Feininger

The fact that technically flawed photography (in the conventional sense) can be more emotionally effective than a technically flawless image will be shocking to those naive enough to believe that technical perfection is the true...

Photographic Quotes – Emilia Zola

In my opinion, you can not say you saw something before you photographed it. Émile Zola About the writer and journalist Émile Zola Émile Édouard Charles Antoine Zola was born on April 2, 1840 in Paris, where he died on September...

Photographic Quotes – Lisette Model

Never photograph something that does not interest you! Lisette Model About Lisette Model Lisette Model was born in 1901 in a wealthy home as Elise Amelie Felicie Stern in Vienna. In 1983 she died. It is one of the most important...

Photographic Quotes – Dorothea Lange

The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to look without a camera. Dorothea Lange About Photograph Dorothea Lange (Dorothea Margaretta Nutzhorn) is considered one of the founders of documentary photography and one of...

Photographic Quotes – David Alan Harvey

Do not take pictures of what it looks like, but how it feels. David Alan Harvey About Photograph David Alan Harvey is an American contemporary photographer and a member of the prestigious Magnum Photo Agency. Born in San...

Photographic quotes – Paul Strand

Allow me to draw your attention to one of the most popular mistakes in photography – the misconception that outstanding work or what you think about it is professionally proven by the classification and is an expression of...

Photographic Quotes – Marie Marquise de Sévigné

The fact that people are born with two eyes and only one mouth suggests that it is better to see twice as much as speak. Marie Marquise de Sévigné About the writer Marie Marquise de Svign lived at a time when there was no...

Photographic Quotes | Henri Cartier-Bresson

One eye of the photographer looks wide open through the viewfinder, the other, the closed, looks into his own soul. Henri Cartier-Bresson About the Photograph Henri Cartier-Bresson may have been one of the greatest photographers...

Photographic Quotes | Günter Rinnhofer

A nude photo is good if the model shows it at the birthday of the grandmother at the coffee table around and those present find it good. Günter Rinnhofer About the photograph Günter Rinnhofer is an old school photographer. Born...

Photographic Quotes | Jeanloup Sieff

Photography is the grief of the passing time and the need to capture for a few moments – there are formal emotions, evoked by light or form, sentimental or sensual, which are triggered by people, and purely intellectual...

Photographic Quotes | Lew Nikolajewitsch Tolstoi

The whole variety, the whole charm, the whole beauty of life consists of shadow and light. Lew Nikolajewitsch Tolstoi About the writer In fact, Tolstoy is one of the famous writers and yet this quote has a lot to do with...

Photographic Quotes | Jim Rakete

Black and white is timeless – and a bit more difficult because you can not bluff. That’s why it has survived all trends again and again. Jim Rakete About Photograph Jim Rakete is probably the most famous German...

Photographic Quotes | Jim Rakete

What I call photography, finding the truth with lenses and camera, is old-fashioned and dies through digital technology. Jim Rakete About Photograph Jim Rakete is probably the most famous German portrait photographer. He was born...

Photographic Quotes | Joel Meyerowitz

Carrying a camera is like a free ticket to the unexpected. Joel Meyerowitz About the Photograph Joel Meyerowitz was born in New York in 1938 and grew up in the Bronx. He first studied painting at Ohio State University (1959) and...