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Rocky Mirror ImageLooking back on some of my older photographs, I began seeing things I hadn’t seen before. I see details, textures, lines, and colors I hadn’t noticed. I enjoy the benefits of digital because of the simple fact I can review any number of photos I have taken in a matter of seconds. This leads to constant creative excercises of the mind.

With the included image I tried a square crop. Before, this image lacked a sense of solidity. NowI feel it is simple yet complex, flat yet textured. Cropping out some of the image lends to its mirror type look. Including only what is necessary in an image can lead to simple yet powerful displays of visual stimulation. I may be uploading a whole collection of square cropped images very shortly, so stick around.

MT

This image makes me want to go take some more like it. SO, I will go right now. Well….after I make some coffee.

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Crawling on my hands and knees gave me copious photo opportunities with my 100mm macro. Using a shallow depth of field I was able to highlight certain details amongst the numerous blades of grass in my front lawn. This image here is mixture of minimalism, abstraction, and fine art. I love the feeling of warmth in the background; the orange is the autumn leaves blanketing the grass in the background. When photographing macro, I find it is most poignant if there is a defined main subject. I only wish that I could freeze the fall colors for more than their short life consists of.

MT

Intricate

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