Monday, August 6, 2012

from unexpected places - on writing - unique photography

Photos have the potential to give us ideas on how to describe moments in our stories.
Maybe the action is intensely on a main character, the rest of the details fade at a sharp
slope from there - friends, circumstances, location.  Perhaps it is from above, searching,
mentioning all kinds of details with equal care before diving into something specific.
Or it may be on a strange detail like the way of a character's lips, the look of a mole on
his noise, the startling color of his eyes.

Fisheye, wide-angle, monochrome, black and white, macro, micro, tilt-shift.
What is your story saying?

By Seleznev A.

By soberanglophile (expired)

By Herb Ritts

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