There is quite a lot of difference between a camera recording a subject matter and the photographer looking at it. A photographer is likely to get carried away by things which a camera cannot record. All impressions of sound, smell and other compelling facets of a scene, even the wonderful fresh air and calmness of a scene that may affect the photographer cannot be captured by the camera. A camera only records the graphic values of form, texture, color and light and nothing more.
[...] Instead of seeing the quantity of colors, one should see their quality. Light A novice is concerned only with the quantity of light to see whether it is enough to take a picture and whether the exposure and aperture are suitable. A more experienced person searches for the quality of light. Is it diffused? Is it directional? Is it frontal, black, tinted? Are there more than one light source? One has to learn to see light photographically how it will affect the picture. [...]
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