Monday, March 16, 2009

Relax, it's only subjective view

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Composition creativity sounds very subjective to everyone personally. It's just like what you look at certain outcome based on your personal preference. Take photography for instance. Some may claim beautiful - some may not; while others may point out what the heck with focusing problem, another group of people may conclude blurred image provided moody session. Some may claim that composition is under-exposed, who knows small group of gang said this under-exposure creativeness draw the unique beauty of object. Who knows a tiny group of people appreciate much on taking photo of all rusty metals, while others may think - these people are nut to shoot on those rubbish.

You see, NOT everyone able to interpret creative composition in same way. I prefer - the term - different way - because there is no right or wrong conclusion. Let's forget about those technical terms - some people concluded how amazingly Picasso's painting done; show your parents Picasso's painting - they may question - what is happening with the composer? All the eyes are not tallied with same level :-) Don't laugh, it is personal preference. Beside paintings - throw Chopin Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 to someone - he/she may say within 5 minutes will fall asleep straight. Chopin's music lover will appreciate how beautiful the musical texture it was composed. Same thing goes to mid-age's parents on Metallica's heavy metal, parents hardly understand why teenagers are fond of noisy music. Different frequencies, I conclude :-)

Relax, it's only subjective view - as far as you open your heart and accept the different perspective view, you find creativeness within the search :-)

2 comments:

KM's Corner 刻骨铭心 said...

Never reliaze there is a nice 神庙 in Genting Highland. Where is it located?

Hong CN said...

KM - the temple is located at a few kilometers before reaching Genting Resort :-) Only one way, you can't miss this temple :-)

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