»Photography is what you see, and not what is made from it at a later date!« (That's my motto!!)
To preempt the often asked question regarding the photographic equipment that I use, I want to share an anecdote:
Henri Cartier-Bresson, the big master of French photography, who died in August 2004 aged 96, worked in Spain in his early years.
When he returned back to Paris, he showed the results of his work to his friends, including the writer Gertrude Stein.
She admired his photos, made many compliments and then asked which camera he had used.
He answered as follows:
»By the way my dear, I have read your new wonderful book. I have enjoyed it very much. But now please tell me, which Typewriter did you use to write it?«
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