When faced with scene that is abstract by nature, we all perceive something different. What you see in a 2-dimensional image is strongly influenced by how you feel, what you are doing at the time you see it, even the sounds you are hearing at the time. It’s so easy to take a quick glance, form an opinion and move on. But taking time to stop, examine and thinking about what you are seeing might drive you to a different view.
When editing this image I was sitting in darkness (just laptop), music was playing at a ‘floor vibrating’ level, and as I started to look at my raw image Mark Seymour was playing – the track being ‘The Master Of Spin’. As I was listening to the lyrics (http://lyrics.wikia.com/wiki/Mark_Seymour:Master_Of_Spin) my initial direction for the image changed drastically, leading to not quite Black & White, dark and moody outcome.
- Tim Lucas Photography 2017
- Image Size
- 7369x4301 / 14.5MB
- Contained in galleries