Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/01/20

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Eric's PAW
From: Jim Brick <>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 13:38:33 -0800
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Photography is a very personal thing. What turns you on to photography can 
indeed be defined.

If the subject matter that you pursue is unavailable, photography becomes a 
chore and soon abandoned.

So whatever it is that keeps you photographing, that keeps you enthused, 
that fires your photographic passion, go for it.

And if it happens to be family, kids, grandparents, whomever... so be it.

That's what you should show. Because that's what you will photograph best. 
You will work very hard at producing optimum results.

Just keep on doing it.

The following is ludicrous!!!

Eric wrote:

 >  I've gotten private feedback that
 > says the LUG isn't the place for my family pictures.  Rocks and trees and
 > strangers are welcomed, but not family.  Unless the family pictures are
 > interspersed with rocks and trees and strangers.  I'm being rude to use the
 > PAW as I have been.  This comes from somebody whose opinion I respect a lot.

I suggest you change your opinion.

PAW means "Picture A Day." There are no subject constraints short of XXX 
porno. What you have shown beats all to hell many of the PAW photographs I 
have seen over the last year.


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