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See What they are Saying on the Front Page of the Internet
Reddit is known as the “front page of the internet”, so it’s interesting to see fans and skeptics alike who have discussed this 365 project while in it’s infancy (read the comments) . I’d love to hear what the skeptics have to say now!
Here’s another discussion (read the comments) where they talk about the Van Gogh analyzed painting (see Day 54). The proof is in the pudding, as they say. Read the painting, and you’ll reveal the secrets of the masters!
What People Are Saying
I have done the first 14 “sessions” on your website and it’s realllly exciting stuff.
Some things, I need to re-read again as I am not a math genius, but I am getting by 😉
Your canon of design inspires me to create my new production with the design theories
in mind. I am planning to make cinematographic stills with music bands. Once I make the sketches during pre-production, I will let you know 😉 Can’t wait to read the rest on your webpage!
Cheers and thanks for all the info!
That’s brilliant thank you very much, the link worked fine!
Very excited to get stuck into this book – the techniques on your blog have actually been quite life-changing for me as an artist and have really helped me to push towards the career I really want, so thank you!
Best regards, Katie
I’ve been a follower of your webpage for a while now and I was unable to commit to the “Master Pass” until today. I’m happy to join up as I’m collecting information that I hope to present to my local photography club of nearly 200 members. I hope to inspire and challenge them to think outside of the rule of thirds and understand why it doesn’t hold water.
Thanks for the great content. I look forward to using your materials as reference as I assemble my presentation!
I have learned a great deal about composition and wanted to thank you for your research on the topic. I feel that it was well worth my while in terms of my composition skills.
Best of Luck with your future endeavors.
Sincerely, James Oliver
Thanks again!! Thom Bluemel
I’m really looking forward to the end of the 365. Will be following this course (if I may call it so) closely to improve my photography skills. I’m sure more people should know things you’re discussing here. You deserve for wider audience. ~ Z4Y4TS
I even reviewed my favourite images that I’ve taken in the last year and they are flukes: they hit this Root Phi grid fairly closely (even closer with a quick crop!). I guess I just didn’t realize why I liked what I did!
Thanks Tavis, I’m enjoying this blog immensely. Keep it up, I want to keep learning!” ~ Tim Lingley