Mirrors and Windows

Szarkowski’s musings indicate that photographers sit somewhere between two analogous poles, mirrors and windows. The former, Mirrors, is where a photographer forges a specially curated vision to reflect subjective, synthetic or psychological expressions, and the latter, Windows, is where the photographer takes an inventory of our mortality in an objective, optical, and real way.  TheContinue reading “Mirrors and Windows”

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