photos tell a story
it may not be the same story for everyone
just as written and spoken words are uniquely interpreted
depending on individual experiences
photos also convey their personal messages
relying on our interpretations
photos tell stories through angle, color, repetition, and light
when I take certain photos
I'm aware of the story I hope to convey
even abstract images
have emotional and personal appeal
different for each viewer
my writing has evolved to as few words as possible
I use photography to enhance and expand feelings and emotions
Abstract photos usually have a literal reference. The first three blue photos are structural angles inside the Denver Art Museum. The refraction of light on that day and at that moment caused an interesting hue. The open skylight is part of the outside architecture of the Denver Convention Center. The light on the chair is a window display in an interior design shop. The bear is a tiny replica of the Blue Bear (featured in the last post). I photographed it in our room at the Four Seasons, with the cityscape in the background. I added the birds for dramatic effect.
And that's my story!