We have collected the best Photographic Quotes by famous authors including Tom Holland, Ben Shahn, John C. McGinley, John Sexton, Ray Bradbury and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I have a photographic memory.
I was brought in, not in the photographic department at all, I was brought in on a thing called Special Skills. I was to do posters, pamphlets, murals, propaganda in general, you know.
I would love to have a photographic memory. It would come in handy with the rants I’m given on Scrubs… often on short notice!
John C. McGinley
When the object that is produced, the photographic image has the ability to make tears come to your eyes; to inspire you to the point where you have to catch your breath, then nothing else matters.
I’m never going to go to Mars, but I’ve helped inspire, thank goodness, the people who built the rockets and sent our photographic equipment off to Mars.
Saturn is such an alluring photographic target.
I have a photographic memory.
Requiring valid, photographic identification is a common sense step to ensure voter integrity and sound elections.
If I go out with no make-up and a tracksuit on, nobody comes up to me. And if they do, I won’t do a photo because I wouldn’t want any photographic evidence.
When you start out, you’re not really aware. I didn’t have a sense of photographic history.
My dad thinks I have a photographic memory.
The photographic image… is a message without a code.
The series of photographic operations, developing, washing, final drying, takes about quarter of an hour.
What I’m exploring right now is the subject of my own mortality. It’s an area that I’m curious about, and I’m researching it to see if there’s a photographic essay in it for me. If images don’t start to come, I’ll go to something else.
The kinetic quality of New York, the kids, dirt, madness – I tried to find a photographic style that would come close to it. So I cropped, blurred, played with the negatives.
I use zero photography. I have a photographic memory and a complete knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and an interest in grasping the moment of what is happening, not just the outside, but the inside out.
A photographic portrait is a picture of someone who knows he is being photographed, and what he does with this knowledge is as much a part of the photograph as what he’s wearing or how he looks.
I have about 1,000 hours of myself on tape in a vault in Los Angeles. But I also have a photographic memory about my jokes, because they’re really about me; they’re my stories.
Things have to be believable, not in a literal, photographic sense, but in an emotional sense – capturing the essence of the situation.
French photography was basically poetic, and mine was vulgar and brash and violent, except that there’s never any violence in the photographs: it’s only in the photographic style.
In every successful still photographic project that I have completed, there has always been a turning point in the story where I felt that perhaps I was working on something that could be very special.
Mary Ellen Mark
I take it very seriously, the photographic craft.
Looking out at the photographic landscape that surrounds us – the world of images and image-making that we inhabit – it seems obvious that photography has undergone dramatic changes in its technical, cultural, and critical composition.
I’ve had my nose in a book my whole life. I never thought it would be useful, but it is now. What’s really nice is that I don’t have a photographic memory, so words get blurred, thoughts get mixed up, and they come out as something new.
My father was a photographer at the National Bureau of Standards. A self-educated man, he never finished high school, but in his career at the National Bureau of Standards, he made many useful inventions and eventually became chief of the Photographic Technology Section.
Raymond Davis, Jr.
I was making $50 a week as a house model at Christian Dior for nine months before I learned that photographic models made $50 an hour!
I was extravagant in the matter of cameras – anything photographic – I had to have the best. But that was to further my work. In most things I have gone along with the plainest – or without.
I have a very conveniently photographic memory of emotions – it’s overwhelming, because things don’t fade for me.
Photographic memory is often confused with another bizarre – but real – perceptual phenomenon called eidetic memory, which occurs in between 2 and 15 percent of children and very rarely in adults. An eidetic image is essentially a vivid afterimage that lingers in the mind’s eye for up to a few minutes before fading away.
For me, I think my traveling is usually a lot of photographic memories, and I take a lot of photos.
The resulting prints of ‘History’s Shadow’ make the invisible visible and express through photographic means the shape-shifting nature of time itself and the continuous presence of the past contained within us.
From as far back as I can remember, I was always insecure about my looks, whether it was my flat chest, my skinny legs, or how to cope with my body as it changed. With hindsight, I can see I was different. I was given a body that worked for photographic modelling and a photogenic face.
I have a photographic memory that enables me to visualize what everyone in the huddle is supposed to do on each of the hundreds of plays in our playbook.
I have a photographic memory for numbers.
I struck upon this kind of crazy idea that I was going to go to New York and stop 10,000 people on the streets and take their portrait and create kind of a photographic census of the city.