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It doesn’t matter. You must arrive at an image you continue to learn from long after it was taken. Something that draws you in and allows you to explore the dynamics of the situation you reacted to and recorded, perhaps quite instinctively, in greater depth.
“The contemplation of things as they are is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention.” (Francis Bacon)
A great portrait can provide considerable insight into the subject.
Properly observed the lines in a face, the tension and expression, tell a profound story about the character and history of a person, about their present situation, and even their future.
Thomas Carlyle observed that he ”… always found a portrait superior in real instruction to half a dozen written biographies….. or, rather let me say, I have found that the portrait was a small lighted candle, by which the biographies could for the first time be read.”
A great documentary image can present a unique view of a situation that may purely encapsulate it, reveal its meaning, or provide a completely new insight.
It is easy to use a photograph to misrepresent a scene. To create a fantasy or a distortion. But at its best, photography makes a direct connection to the event or the person observed. It is an act of perception, study and understanding. An act of empathy for the subject, and a feeling for the circumstances. A way to communicate what you saw and the way you saw it.
John Ruskin said that “The greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something and tell what he saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one who can see. To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion, all in one.”
That is what I look for in a scene, a face, a photograph.
http://filmofilia.com/?options=Binary-Options-Strike-Price-Explained Binary Options Strike Price Explained Andrew Catlin is a prominent English photographer and filmmaker. He has worked extensively with NME; his photographs are featured on albums by Nick Cave, New Order,The Pixies, and many others. His prolific scope of work includes art direction, graphic design, documentary work, music videos and books. Many of his pieces are held in galleries and collections.