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Clint Wardlow
Re: Premiere Pro CC it is then?
on May 7, 2013 at 6:40:37 pm

[Joseph W. Bourke] "She most likely would have mastered the technology enough to know that you output to something like Quicktime or AVI, or XML, and your work lives on"

Not really. If you read about Vivian Maier's life, she weasn't really interested in promoting herself as a photographer. Most of the people in her life didn't even know she was doing it. The discovery of her rather spectacular body of work came by accident.

And it are these Under-ther-radar artists whose works will be more difficult to dig up in the future. Or even something that seems valueless today, but is of great worth to future generations.

As I have said before, the new technology is great in many ways (more people can participate than ever before), but it is also somewhat ephemeral. All but that which is valued at the moment may disappear like smoke. Would Vincent Van Gogh, who never sold a painting in his life time, have been preserved for future appraisal if he had worked today with modern technology?

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