Saturday. The week ends quietly with a simple study of light and color. It’s something that somebody who claims to be a photographer should understand.
Lately, on the socials, I’ve seen a lot of pictures that make me wonder. For every good photograph there seem to be three or four pictures that tell me that we’ve reached the saturation point.
Too many pictures.
I have to think that maybe everything doesn’t need to be photographed. I’ve seen a lot of talk about how glued to our phones we are. I think that for some people their eyes are glued to the phone’s LCD rather than just enjoying themselves.
I don’t know. I’m mostly just sayin’.
One more thought about too many, too many.
Probably 95% of the people taking all these pictures are storing them on their phones. It’s a good thing they are taking so many pictures because their phones are going to fail at some point, or technology will change, or something else will intervene and all those pictures will go poof in the air.
It’s true that some people will connect their phones to a cloud, but what happens when that technology ages? Sheesh, I’ve still got Kodak’s Gold CDs. If I want to open them I have to download a piece of software.The software is free. No one needs it anymore.
I suppose what I take away from this is to make pictures of things that matter, in light that helps the picture, using color that’s beautiful.
That works for me, anyway.
This picture was easy. All I had to do was get up early and take the all seeing cocker spaniel for her morning walk.
We stepped outside and there it was. Wonderful early morning light.
It took me about five minutes to make the picture and a little more in post production, mostly to clean up little things and add the border.
Stay safe. Stay mighty. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Look after each other.