The following images were processed in ON1.
They are from the same 5Dmk2 / CR2 RAW image as the previous post…
Looks like there isn’t much need to pay Adobe the ransom to carry on using Lightroom… we’ll see if my fingers can make the jump to new keyboard short-cuts.
Back in 2014 i posted a couple of digital shots of this statue. Mysteriously people are visiting most days. Of course i’ll never know why.
Here are two Hasselblad shots from the same day.
Destiny is a cruel mistress, but i suspect she rewards serendipity…
A series of essays that critique photography and the culture of images. A critical critique.
As someone who has taken a lot of photographs, but hasn’t really tried to understand the implications of the act of photographing, or the impact of the images themselves, it’s something akin to a slap in the face.
While i wouldn’t say it was an enjoyable read, it’s definitely thought provoking and in the end worthwhile for the new perspective.
If you ever find yourself wondering why certain photographs have the impact that they do, why people take photographs on holiday, if photography is art, if photographs are art, the relationship between image and memory, the impact of images on society, their role in society… this would be a good place to start. Just don’t expect to arrive at the end of the book with more answers than questions.
Slices of the Danish countryside, taken from a DSB (Danske Statsbaner) train.