Through The Lens

 Posted by on June 21, 2016
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ThroughTheLens

As I continue to experiment and explore ways to push the camera beyond its expected use, I came across this idea. I wanted to create an image grounded in traditional nature photography, but that goes beyond just that and evokes an emotional response. Without the use of any digital manipulation, I cam using optics to distort, reflect, and bend light before it enters the camera. The image captured is something like that of a faded memory or an altered view of common surroundings. (insert thoughts of “equivalence” by Alfred Stieglitz / Minor White)

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