Saturday, December 19, 2009

On a Candid Look at Baha'i Life: Without pretense

Candid photography is photography that focuses on spontaneity rather than technique, on the immersion of a camera within events rather than focusing on setting up a staged situation .... Candid photography is best described as un-posed and unplanned, immediate and unobtrusive.
The photography I most admire is candid. I deeply appreciate the efforts of Baha'is who put up photos and videos that represent Baha'i community life, pure and simple. No need to be fancy. Baha'i life in all its reality is amazing enough. Here is video of devotions in Conway SC. It is joyous worship of people from all walks of life, young and old, black and white, without pretense.  --gw

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