Monday, March 30, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Visual writing is the language of stories. This language translates a vision of potential reality, including settings, events, motivation, and dialogue, into aesthetics, movement, and dramatic action.
I'm working on a project called "story tellers". Someday I'll write stories in a book, but for now, I rather tell the stories with photographs.
It had been a while since I last used a Lomo, but I decided to bring one along with me, the LC-A+, the replica of the camera used by the Russian Spies in WWII. The best thing about this camera are the unexpected results. And I loved the anxiety of having to wait for the print outs to see what the photos looked like, instead of doing so instantaneously.