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"Portrait": a documentary showing the true meaning of being a photographer, with Instagram or not.

At a time when mobile photography tries to become increasingly hollow in the photography scene is no more true that the double standard is also the order of the day as to whether it is beneficial or not, due to the large number of people can access it.
"Portrait" is a documentary made by videographer Andy Newman, who tries to see the point of true union between professional photographers and always new photographer that has been introduced in the new world of photography, which many call "Instagramer "or mobile photographer. Most of the time we worry too much in discussing whether a camera is better for one thing or another, or if the mobile phone can never get professional results or no value.
Just the foregoing is always generated further debate on this issue, but we always seem to leave something aside, and is what drives us to photograph, or what we want to achieve our expectations. Obviously this can be highly different depending on which person we are, but passion, go ahead, and sharing emotions are some of the things that both types of photographs share (if they really exist distinction between them).
The photograph must convey, teach, inspire … and be the way it is, or this on the way this done, that's the important thing; since when a picture works … really works, regardless of the means by that is done. Each photographer is a vision, and possibly the same photographer made very similar things with a camera type to another, it is precisely what generates the images, the vision itself.

It is true that each team can do some things that other can not, but obviously it must also leave your head first, for if your style of photography requires a lens or a compact, that is what you should buy, never buy something before idea to know.
The photographic future is not very different from what it was the past with the film. Many types of cameras, but with the same aim, shoot. These discussions always have been many years ago when there was only the film, and even among the pictorialist photographers and purists (f/64 group etc …), about whether something was valid or not, or whether something was photography or not.
In short, never forget that shooting is still shooting, and though the ways to do it and share it to change, always remain in the same trunk, many branches that we want to put.
These kinds of issues and many more will surely be debated in our Meet the Experts meeting on the future of photography.
PS: The film is entirely in English, but ultimately comes to make clear the idea of ​​photographing, what one seeks or intends, even though the digital and mobile this between us. I advise that you see, and if you understand conseguis will understand very well because I said the above.

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