Why I Am Quitting Photography
Because my photos suck, that’s why. What’s the point of going on if my photos suck? There is no point!
Oh, and how do I know that my photos suck? Because Acquine told me so. I don’t care what anyone says, Acquine is a precise, exact, computationally perfect machine that knows what is good and what is bad. And she’s decided I am bad. Oh the humanity…
Here are some of my photos with the score Acquine awarded them:
The photo that sucked the least was, ironically, the one I used as the banner for this blog. But it still sucked.
And so, I must hang up my camera and take on some other hobby. Maybe crocheting. After all, how can I ever expect to make masterpieces that score 88.9, like the magnificent artwork displayed here to the right? I know I will never be that good.
Farewell, my friends. It was fun while it lasted.
All photos not masterpieces: ©Miserere.
I just received this e-mail, which I thought might be of interest to my readers. I would like to thank Mr Taylor for offering me a glimpse of hope for my future in Photography. I will be contacting him soon to inquire about buying one of his cameras.
To all who are concerned in achieving lots of points and high percentages on a Photographic Critique.
The attached image shows a neat little camera I invented a few years back to satisfy all the insecure photographers out there that they would get only the highest scores possible by just entering the required amounts into the calculator back and taking the picture, BINGO a perfect score.
If your not having Photographic Fun anymore, try something else.
You have my permission to reprint this email if you think it’s worthy.
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Tags: Acquine, Aesthetics, Photography