Thursday, February 16, 2006


Photos from Boston

I took these back in September, but I've just gotten around to posting them to the site.
There is a gallery of Street Performers here
and another one of faces shot in Copley Square here.

In the faces gallery, the first several are all the same piece of statuary, shot from several different angles. These photos aren't all prize winners, but it is very interesting (to me, anyway) how the exact same face changes mood depending on the angle of the camera and the lighting.

We TELL humans that all the time, of course, but there's always the tendence to believe that there are subtle differences in the person's expression in response to the camera. When photographing an inanimate statue, you can see the differences in stark relief.

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