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Sometimes it’s very difficult to remember the particulars of a photo.
I don’t mean the shutter speed, focal length, f-stop, or ISO. The other things.
There is always an implied reason for the photo. Perhaps it’s the lighting that suggests the emotion or mood. Maybe it’s the posing. Perhaps the composition with balancing elements or non-balancing elements.
I sense in this moment an emotion in looking at the photo. What I don’t know is what I was thinking when I made it. I’m sure there were technical considerations, composition, lighting,
Or were the technical considerations overshadowed by the subjects and the pose?
What will tomorrow’s particulars be? Technical or transcendent?
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