June 11, 2010 | 1 Comment
“Afghan Girl” by Steve McCurry. They call it a masterpiece: it has perfect light, a really interesting perspective. And its composition looks professional; everything is in perfect position. The photograph gives the overall impression is that it is a wonderful work of art. Yet again something is missing; something gives a feeling that the expression in the face is not real.
Wait a minute, you say,”not real?” How could you say it is not real? What makes you think that? Do you have a scale to measure a masterpiece? How can you evaluate art? It is art, a subjective approach. People like the work and it is well – known. Who are you to say that it is not worthy of such recognition?
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