- The very early works of camera obscures impressed me a lot I mean that must’ve taken lots of patience and dedication because if you moved the box then you have to restart or spend countless minutes fixing it.
- Another things that didn’t impress me but intrigue me was how slow innovation took place from the 1600-1800. If it was faster image what we could’ve seen in pictures.
- I couldn’t believe that films were used just 20 years ago. I can’t imagine life without digital.
This photo instantly caught my attention amongst the bright array of photos on the explore page because of the dark yet light subject and the sun-like background. Also I was immediately attracted to the dark bird on the left instead of the light two on the right of it. I don’t understand why but it reminded me of myself. Not in a negative way. I really like how the birds are drawn or painted as they would be in nature. It almost tells a story of a flock that is in it’s natural state in perhaps a river or lake because the legs are cut off.
This photo caught my eye because of the contrast of colors. It has a rough white background but the subject, the matches, are two colors: a hellish black, brown, and a soothing peach and light wood color. Also the way the match looks before and after the fire is amazing to me, I guess I never looked at the match that closely once it burned. Also the way the subject as a whole is cut in half by the black caught my attention.