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An arm and a leg
I found myself on the Flickr page of a young teenage girl the other day and... it was instructive. She wrote, with typical teenish angst, about how she hated taking good pics... because she knew she only had so many in her... and, after a few good ones... she knew she'd be back to crap.
I used to feel the same way. In fact, I clearly remember doing a pic called "desperately searching" after getting... for the first time... a good response to one of my pics. It was nice to get the good response but... agggh. What then?
Thankfully I'm much more philosophical about it now.
I no longer see each photo as a contest with myself, as a challenge to constantly improve.
Instead, I've been going back through my old files and looking at the pics with the benefit of distance - and not being quite so judgmental about it all. Sure, I've been deleting stuff (that, after all, was my initial reason for trolling through my files) but I've also been appreciating things in a different way.
Maybe when I get back to shooting (some day) that will be different too. For now, I've been immersing myself in the works of Barbara Ess. Her images refuse to just lie flat. They demand your attention, and your participation - and in the process remind you of the crucial role that you, the viewer, play in their creation. Her images are dark, and blurred, and murky. She shoots with a home-made pinhole camera and is masterful in her manipulations of distortion. But the images do not reveal themselves easily. You, the viewer, have to work for it, think about it, enter the photograph and feel your way around.
Ess's art is decidedly not representational. She once said, "I don't take pictures of the world to represent the world. For me the world is already a representation of something that can't be photographed."
You go, Barbara. Can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Meantime, I'll just keep going through my files and filling my eyes with other people's work. When my brain and eyes are ready, the camera will find its way back into my hands.
Day One Hundred and Forty Two: I want you to notice when I'm not around
Creep, by Radiohead
And I don't honestly think you do. That, my friends, is the saddest thing of all.
Sorry for the kind of shitty photo. But I just didn't have it in me to take a nice one. It was raining. It was beyond freezing. I had/have no inspiration. And I was on an organizing roll. I get in these moods, probably due to stress, where I clean and organize everything. I'm sure I've told you all before. So I was on a huge spree, when I realized the sun was gone. And it was dusk. I think right now, I'm in love with dusk more than golden hour. It's tones like in this photo that I love.
Mmm film. In love love love with film. This is my new film camera, a Canon EOS 630. It's quite a bit nicer than my Pentax, so we'll see how it goes. Going to shoot tomorrow, and hopefully get two or so rolls developed (wanting to do three, but probably going to be two).
I'm sure you are all quite jealous of my gloves. I got them from the cutest store in the world, Faces, in Massachusetts. They're lined with fleece and oh my, so warm and soft and perfect.
I guess I decided to be quite blonde today. It's quite the skill I have, being able to change my hair and eye color constantly.
A meaningless day at school. Watched some interesting videos in TOK. Took a paper 1 in French. Made shit up in English. My talents don't matter when I actually need them, of course.
The best part was that today I was able to say goodbye to school, see you in ten days.
Clearly, I fixed my f/1.8. I did it on my own too, I was so proud of myself. Apparently, the little aperture ring was on the wrong setting, and it was freaking out at me.
Well. It's early and it feels late. I'm home alone and it's pitch black. My mom went out with a friend to this glass blowing place we were supposed to go to last week, but they were closed. And my parents are going to dinner with friends tonight. And I'm just sitting here. Doing my art. I talked my dad into bringing me back food though! [wanting to delete pointless paragraph]
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