Simhananda unveils the mystery behind transformative photography in his new release Towards a Transformative Photography.
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Orange Palm and Magnificent Magus Publications
In today’s tumultuous age, photography has become a pervasive pursuit. Everywhere you look, people have cameras, and everyone seems to be passionate
about taking photos which spark their wide-eyed interest. As with anything in life, the importance is not in the accomplishment of what photography can do, but rather in the love which you bring to the art of photography. This stunning volume contains striking images and inspires awe of our natural world. The transformative photography in this
book approaches its subject matter with a comprehensive, evolutionary, detached but warm love, coupled with humor and an ability to leave things unaltered and fundamentally free.
"Innerly, I intuit that the camera «knows» potentially more about photography than what I can lay a claim to."
"Perhaps photography sincerely, (albeit subconsciously), wishes to experimentally escort the world toward a compendious personal and collective change."
"No more should a conscientious photographer uphold an attitude that conjures the old, covetous grasping way; nor should he ever stoop to pose in an ignominious posture of subtle avidity; nor ever, with an apparent pride of possessive accomplishment."
"I do feel that the camera, if respected, really does lead me on and tells me intuitively at what precise, precious moment to click the shutter."
"What it boils to really, is just how openly and receptively the impassioned photographer approaches, or exploits, his photographic domain. If you truly want your camera to use its inherent intelligence you have to allow it to «see» with you."