the recent photos posted here, I noticed that the golden mean left its footprint on most images.
The discovery interests me, not because of the fact, but for the reasons of its existence. Maybe those shots are just coincidences or maybe this nature of seeing has
taken root in my subconscious. Without any intention to boost, I tend to believe the second. The consistent
evidences suggest that this is how my glance flows through a scene at the material
time before my mind believes that the elements have fallen into places for
a snap. The time I make sense of this is usually when I review the pictures at
home on the computer screen. No, I didn't reason my way through to the moment I snapped at the scene. All I would say is that practising to observe with a photographer's eye pays.
I always like how asymmetry
gives the focus and breaks the balance giving a sense of dynamics to a static
scene like in today's shot. With the priamry subject occupying one si…
Today most people are ending their long Chinese New Year vacation and finding themselves physically in the office and mentally being somewhere else and doing something else.
Look again, the holiday is over and that's real!