Friday, October 1, 2010
In creating these images, I was subtly reminded of Rorschach inkblot tests, to which I've never been subjected. I enjoyed doing this little exercise because the geometry in these images provide structure and is often at the heart of the sets that I create for my shoots. Why do the lines behave the way they do? Why are the walls placed the way they are? Why do the gradients fall the way they fall? Sometimes it's luck. Other times it's by design. Oddly, in structure and symmetry there's lots of randomness and chance. At least in my work.
I present to you some of the driving inspirations that randomize in my mind :)
Raina Hein and architecture. H3DII-31/HC-80mm. 1/350th f/9.5 ISO100
Margaux in the box. H3DII-31/80mm. 1/500th f/8.0 ISO100