MATERIALS, PROCESSES, AND PRESENTATION: THE AGGREGATE IMAGE
THE PHOTOGRAPH IS NOT A PICTURE OF SOMETHING BUT IS AN OBJECT ABOUT SOMETHING. —ROBERT HEINECKEN
PART 1: GOING BACK TO THE BEGINNING
We start with a concept, from our mind’s eye or by exploring the world through sight. We see something that intrigues us, that inspires or moves us, that makes us question, entertains or simply pleases us. We want to capture it in a photograph. We frame the scene in our camera’s viewfinder; we meter the light and set the ISO, aperture, and shutter speed for good exposure density. We carefully ...