There is no layering per se, (I do not use photoshop or anything digital), it's a straight print from a single straight negative- but it does mark one of my favourite things about a long exposure with large format. The movement of the light across the subject in the time it takes to make the exposure (several minutes) does create a softness and a depth. The negative in this one was fairly flat and I had to selectively tone each subject to differentiate one element from the other. The final result came as a bit of surprise even to me, they frequently do.
if im ever convicted of a murder, ,that is ,WRONGly convicted of a murder, could YOu take the pictures of the scene ?? itd be greatly appreciated .that way even if i AM locked away at least im locked away ..in styleee
I would suggest you select a work, or have your watchers select one that they would appreciate the understanding of your creativity and workflow of. From there, it would be an exploration of your vision/motivation and creative processes either through a purely written form or through using a combination of forms to include both verbiage and supporting graphics/pictures which would include the dissection of the work.
If your interested but would like assistance, I wouldn't mind helping out. I have a background in print journalism and technical editing. I know you stay quite busy!
Interesting idea but I do not k now. I do not mind disseminating technical information at will, but I couldn't begin to explain my creative processes. I see what I see, and I have always been of the opinion that whatever the viewer sees in the work is correct-since what you put it out there, inflict it on someone else, it is no longer yours. But I'll give it some thought. Thanks, as always I appreciate your opinions and your time.