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The Decisive Moment - Photography and the Power of Intuition - Shared screen with speaker view
Paula DAlessandris
54:13
hello from NYC
Francoise Soria
56:05
Hello from Montreal, Quebec, Canada :-)
Lenira Silva de Abreu
59:45
Hello from Toronto 😄
Gaurav Hegde
01:17:27
dharavi
Manas Mishra
01:17:46
Dharavi is the slum part of bombay
Anne-Lise Pasquier
01:18:01
Beautiful picture and light
Gilad Sommer - NA Chicago
01:24:55
Disponible is ready, available, willing
Gilad Sommer - NA Chicago
01:25:32
To be open
Gilad Sommer - NA Chicago
01:39:33
Creates tension
Gilad Sommer - NA Chicago
01:41:25
One of the guards
Shira Sommer - NA Chicago
01:43:52
Shape
Gaurav Hegde
01:45:46
Hindu god Ganesh picture in left photo
Manas Mishra
01:46:42
immaterialism and materialism
Gaurav Hegde
01:46:49
I guess every flower is sold
Anne-Lise Pasquier
01:47:18
Brilliant picture i love it
Kate Isaacson
01:47:27
Is one light on and one off above?
Angela Diaco
01:47:52
what a shot! I love this photo.. true moment of insight :)
Manju B
01:48:26
love the contrast!
Paula DAlessandris
02:04:45
have to run. this was great. thanks so much1
Brigitte Rensel
02:11:56
My apologies everyone but I need to leave the room. Have a beautiful day et Merci Pierre.
Ann McKelvie
02:13:48
Thank you Pierre and Gil, you have given me a lot to think about, a great chat.
Gaurav Hegde
02:14:12
thank you for the beautiful session......my Question is what is the secret of Art of Seeing!? with philosophical perspective to photography
Kate Isaacson
02:15:24
Thank you so much. I can't wait to take some of these questions back to my HS Photo students
Angela Diaco
02:17:40
thank you Pierre!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Maria Carbonell
02:19:00
First time being involved with NA. Fantastic talk! Thank you Pierre, Gilad, Shira, and all
Lawrence M
02:20:11
Two q’s: When did you see start to see yourself as a photographer?
Ruth Litmanovich
02:20:31
the picture in the south of France what is the ground part. is that something you walk on? just decoration?
Lawrence M
02:20:53
Second: Is there a question you wish more photographers would ask you in talks like these?
Marj Hahne
02:21:25
Some of your captured moments seem lyrical (stopped time), some narrative (story), some metaphorical: Do you understand this intuitively in the moment you shoot, or do you simply capture, in the moment, what draws your eye, and you analyze the image later?
Mishika
02:21:41
Hi, here goes my question- What’s your take on Susan Sontag’s critique of photography? Like in one of her essays, she talks about how the camera exploits the reality. And also about how we often turn the act of seeing into the act of just capturing it, thus loosing the essence of the moment. So what are your opinions about that? Does that come as a challenge to you, like clicking and both experiencing the reality?
Francisco Rodriguez
02:22:32
We were about to ask the same question as Marj HAlne - Tati, Nate, Cisco
Dida Kimor
02:22:46
About objectivity and subjectivity - I am reminded of a fragment by Heraclytus: "Awake people have one reality, sleeping people have many realities". Can you say more about levels of consciousness and creating/perceiving art?
Manas Mishra
02:22:52
in the start u spoke about the philosophy and photography connection, Can you please show some examples from the exhibition? The one with text and picture.
Maria Chipana
02:24:26
thank you for your vision! first, your pictures made me think a lot about the way we see life. I feel that most of the time we see the world like black and white (good or bad). Your pictures are not black and white but different tones of gray. I think that to appreciate life there has to be a balance between the heart and mind (black and white). Thanks for sharing your perspective :)
Maria Carbonell
02:26:05
What software do you use to edit?
Marj Hahne
02:26:26
Yes, he did answer it! What I understand is that what is similar across all his shots is that he "recognizes" a tension--and what that tension is is something he can articulate later. Thank you!
Manas Mishra
02:26:31
I don't think he edits only puts a b&w effect
Diana
02:27:06
4%
Diana
02:28:25
why not a good cell phone to take pictures
Anne-Lise Pasquier
02:30:07
Same question than Diana and then could pierre tell more about his camera?
Anne-Lise Pasquier
02:31:59
Do Pierre plan a trip in Montréal? :)
Dida Kimor
02:38:09
Thank you very much!
Manju B
02:42:27
looking forward to your visit to Bangalore soon
Manju B
02:42:53
Thank you
Anne-Lise Pasquier
02:43:05
thank you Pierre and NA Chicago. it was very interesting
Mishika
02:43:30
Thank you for this opportunity!
Francisco Rodriguez
02:43:33
Thank you for such an insightful seminar!
Elizabeth Sanchez
02:43:56
Thank you so much!
Lucie
02:43:57
thank you ! it was very interesting
Barbara Calabrese
02:44:06
Thank you, this was fantastic!
Nathalie Loiselle
02:44:22
Thank you so much !!!!
Ali Newton
02:44:25
thank you!
Chantale Gervais - Mtl
02:44:55
Thank you very much!
Céline Bouchard
02:45:01
Thank you Pierre it was a great inspiration and thanks to you Gilad and Shira
Francoise Soria
02:45:22
Thank you ! It was very inspiring!