1. Rab
    September 26, 2017 @ 9:03 am

    Bang on. I’m 50 (don’t think I’m a dick!) I started taking photographs at 19 and I wish I had the talent of some of these younger kids. I tend to appreciate the image first, I don’t care if they’re a teenager, in their 20’s or pre school! These are the next generation, let’s applaud them I for one would be more than happy to take some pointers from them and if they wanted advice from an old fart – happy to give it.


  2. Robyn Jean Grace Garnet
    September 26, 2017 @ 10:49 pm

    I am middle age and really just starting my true photographic journey.. wondering where that places me haha.. It is the same with any form of art.. there is always and will always be Dicks..Flick them and move on! Enjoy your own journey, share inspiration, beauty and hope as much as you can x


  3. Peter Murphy
    October 13, 2017 @ 1:53 pm

    Nothing has changed really, back in the 1960’s David Bailey went through the same thing.
    All the older Fashion & Portrait photographers were shooting in the Studio with medium & large format cameras under lights & thought they new everything, David went out & shot fashion on the streets with natural light using a 35mm camera. He had to put up with some Dicks as well. I am in my 60’s & I enjoy watching some of the young photographers You Tube clips & seeing how differently they see the world, as they say you never stop learning.


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