"You don't take a photograph, you make it.” ― Ansel Adams

This statement implies that photography is not just a matter of capturing an image, but rather a process of actually creating the image. It takes more than just pointing a camera and clicking a button to make a great photograph. It takes skill, creativity, and an understanding of the medium.

When making a photograph, the photographer must first consider the composition of the image. This includes elements such as the placement of objects within the frame, the use of lines and shapes, and the use of color or black and white. The photographer must also think about the technical aspects of photography, such as aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Each of these elements can be used to create a specific effect in the final image.

A photograph should be able to convey a message or evoke emotion. This can be achieved through the subject matter of the image, as well as the way it is composed and lit.

A photograph is not simply a representation of reality, but rather an interpretation of it.


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