Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by sleist, Dec 27, 2014.
Here's a link to the BBC Eggleston Documentary;
Thanks! I've gotta carve out some time to watch that...
Shot 1 is my favourite because i can't see any relationship between the 2 subjects
Some of my crappy ones all on film
These are all essentially the same photograph. Which might be the point?
Certainly hammering on the same thing over and over makes it clear that this is a conscious idea, not a mistake.
It's all crazy by limrodrigues, on Flickr
How are these the "essentially the same photograph?" They all look different and are interesting, technically well executed, etc...Just wondering what you are seeing that looks all the same to you?
Train station crop by limrodrigues, on Flickr
Cars kill and door by limrodrigues, on Flickr
They all have a single primary form placed at the same location in the frame, sometimes horizontally flipped, and a secondary form placed at the same level in the frame but placed in one place or another horizontally, all on a background that is either blank or ignorable.
Some are more alike than others.
It would probably be more accurate to say that there is a very strong graphical theme connecting the images. That's kind of sleist's deal, so it's not a surprise.
It seemed to be a popular sentiment in this town:
Cars kill and bike by limrodrigues, on Flickr
One more for tonight:
Helmets by limrodrigues, on Flickr
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