Friday, February 18, 2011

Footings


PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL - When is a photograph not a photograph? One photographer says it's no longer a photo when what is depicted no longer connects to a specific, real moment and place. Another questions photos where the finish calls attention to itself; the viewer begins asking, "What's going on here?" I suspect this image fails both tests.

3 comments:

Trotter said...

Hi Ted! What's going on here? I could ask...

Keen on modern art? Blogtrotter Two has it... Enjoy and have a great weekend. Hopefully sunny!!

Ted Roth said...

What's goin on? A barn is crumbling. Yes, as a matter of fact, I do like much modern art. Thanks for visiting.

Trotter said...

Left an answer to your query at Blogtrotter Two!