Conversations with Light

 

Emotion is an integral part of photography. However we experience the world around us; see the sights, hear the sounds, smell the smells, these senses all evoke emotions. It’s also true that every one of us sees the world differently, hears the sounds differently and smells the smells differently. So how do we as photographers convey all those perceptions to others?

For some, the choice of medium best conveys those emotions, for others a particular visual style is the preferred option. For me, I’ve long been attached to black and white images to convey what I feel when I’m shooting, but in recent years I’ve been increasingly using all manner of blurring to produce abstract or semi abstract images that best convey what I felt as I took each shot.

This “Conversations with Light” series is the beginning of what will become a rather extensive collection. (the process is addictive 🙂 )