Thursday, March 13, 2014
I came upon these scenes, a crowded entrance on a cold, cold day. In my mind's eye it was the Enter, the waiting, the crowd. Never seen the entrance so crowded. The problem, my mind's eye saw this, the human eye could see this, the camera sees a series of problems. Reflections, extremes of light, are you nuts!
In the good old days this would be a challenge to be met with perhaps, a
lot of darkroom work, split contrast
dodging, burning, ferrocyanide, what
ever it took. But in any case it was the
eye saw, and that was OK.
Today, digital with all it's marvelous
promises, still faces the same disconnect of camera and eye, with a new set of tools that with persistence can uncover the image the mid's eye sees.
Friday, January 31, 2014
I admit it, things catch my eye and I pursue. It's not meant in any harmful way, I'm just fascinated and frankly sometimes a challenge presents itself. Down to my right, out of the corner of my eye, I saw a lady in a white tiger hat, a long shot, but just as I looked and twisted to take a shot, she looked down in my direction, I took the shot, maybe. The platform was very crowded , I made my way down towards her, hoping for a better picture. As it turned out we ended up jammed into the same car. Maybe it's a bit OCD, but I really liked the hat.