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a question of… well, something.

At the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, an exhibit the had when I went there was by Sato Tokihiro. (First, take a minute and google him.) In my opinion, most of the pictures would have looked better without the added light dots. But then they would not have been that unique, and probably wouldn’t have been in the museum. Which leads to a question: is it better to be famous solely because your photos (or anything really, I’m just using photos) are unique, or to take great, but not extremely unique, photos, and be relatively unknown? (Please post your opinion in the comments.)

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Prints

If I were to have print sale with these photos (printed through Adorama prints + profit) would you, the reader of this post, buy them?

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And another question, would you, hypothetically, be more inclined to buy them if they were in a limited run of, say, five? Post you opinions in the comments, if you would.