… it's sort of a photography sketchbook …
I heard cathedral bells tripping down the alley way as I walked on…
A couple of the light sources seemed distracting, so I removed them:
This one. I feel at one with image and lyrics. In Europe I often heard cathedral bells on narrow streets with no idea of their source. The sound carries great distances. Once I even recorded them on my iPhone. Though I was completely alone I felt accompanied. Your image evokes that. One foot rooted in antiquity. The other, at home in the present. Not knowing much about photo shop or its role in the class you are taking, it would be difficult for me to comment from that vantage point. I do know that the image you posted works with the lyrics. Enviado desde mi iPhone
> El Feb 14, 2015, a las 7:16 PM, Jennifer Scott Schlick escribió: > > >
Thank you, Mavis, for your thoughtful feedback. I felt that first light and the one in the back on the right were a little distracting, so I took them out… Better? I think I would like them if they weren’t so bright, but I don’t know (yet) how to just tone them down…
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a place for me to post creative experiments, reflections about the creative process, and notes about things I'm learning.
The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera. - Dorothea Lange
The original self is a seed of wondrous possibility and reeks with pleasure. - Thomas Moore, from the preface of his book Original Self
The Practice of Contemplative Photography by Michael Wood and Andy Karr
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