Tuesday, February 5, 2008


PHOTOGRAPHER'S DIARY: Yes, "A work can allude to things or states of being without in any way representing them," and I'm not always too particular about knowing where all the implications lead. The Iowa TV add of the Huckabee campaign suggests the limits and uses of subliminal messages and the need to watch closely. People are still arguing over whether it was intentional. However, sometimes a reference forces itself on a picture in a way that excludes other possibilities. One can't see past it. How insistent can the allusion be before one must decide if it is intended, relevant and well deployed? I am the photographer, and I approve this message.


'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Yes Ted,
My words are already said in this post before. I like this style, thought its not a simple style, Thanks for showing:)


Ted Roth said...

Thanks, JoAnn