Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/28

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Subject: [Leica] "The Death of Eddie Adams, The Death of War
From: s.dimitrov at (Slobodan Dimitrov)
Date: Tue Sep 28 12:46:04 2004

Then on the other, one shouldn't make more of it  than what it is.
It's somewhat akin to Marlon Brando's acting, where the style evolved from
not being to remember the lines.
With the basic PJ, getting 'the shot' is rarely depended on an internal
ethical dialogue/monologue.
Besides, if the presentation of the human condition in its particular forms
was truly radical, hence radicalizing, the images wouldn't see the light of
S. Dimitrov

> From: Tina Manley <images@InfoAve.Net>
> Reply-To: Leica Users Group <>
> Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 10:29:45 -0400
> To: Leica Users Group <>
> Subject: RE: [Leica] "The Death of Eddie Adams, The Death of War
> At 07:21 AM 9/28/2004, you wrote:
>> I'm also an (amateur ;-)) photographer who admires war reporters  and
>> doesn't yet understand how it's possible to turn around
>> distressed people with a camera.
>> Bernard
> Bernard -
> You make other people aware of the problem through your photographs.  Those
> people could be doctors, economists, agronomists, legislators - who
> knows?  They can help the distressed people turn themselves around.
> Tina
> Tina Manley, ASMP
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