Friday, October 19, 2007

If I were a famous artist, I would be...

The tie is surprising; how the heck could I not get Ansel Adams hands down. I named my Nikon D-100 Ansel...

Which Famous Artist Are You?

You are part Ansel Adams. Your artistic tool of choice is the camera, but you've got lots of other skills as well. Spoiled when you were young, you grew up to be a loving person and you have a deep affinity for nature and all things black and white.
You are part Andy Warhol. Your artistic talent became clear at an early age. As a result, you are still developing your talent now, chasing the dream. A big fan of commercial art, you see greatness in the ordinary.

7 comments:

Diane said...

Somehow, I'm Andy Warhol, which is entertaining, since at an early age, I discovered I have NO artistic talent, and have not tried to discover it since. I can, however, clean up after a finger-painting child very well.

Ronald said...

Whoa, I got the same result you did!

How do you like your Nikon D100? I used to shoot with a film SLR (Nikon N60) but I haven't yet been able to convince myself to get a digital SLR. Right now I use a Canon G7.

NeeNee said...

Oh Shit, I got the same as you Chelle.

Alex said...

Part da Vinci, part Duchamp. I didn't even really feel like I could answer some of those questions, but I'll agree with the Duchamp assessment. Da Vinci, probably not so much.

Explosive Bombchelle said...

Ron, I have the D100 (no longer made) and the D200. The D200 has been slightly disappointing given the price point on it. If I wasn't such a klutz with the great need for a metal alloy body rather then plastic, I would have gone for the D-70; I was just afraid it couldn't handle my wear and tear.

husband said...

Straight-up Andy Warhol... which is disappointing b/c I hate Andy Warhol... :-(

Diane said...

Wade,
Did you ever make it to the Warhol museum in Pitt? The "silver balloons" would be right up your alley....

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