George Appletree


Bayou 56

photographs·thoughts·and some more·for the contemporary mind

The selective eye

March 15, 2017

Photographers, at least the ones capturing photographs rather than staging scenes, develop some sort of selective eye.

When pressing the click all need to be arranged at the desired manner time allows it. But what catches the sight is due to that selective view. Which makes taking this and not that.

Some other visual artists or practitioners might also arrange elements inside a frame, but with a different glance. Not that selective one.


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