Image and Post by Rick Sammon
I forget who said it, but one of my favorite quotes about photography is: Look for what you don’t see.
This image (certainly not the best picture you have ever seen of Double Arch in Arches National Park, UT) illustrates this point. I was showing this image during a slide presentation (demonstrating the Shadow/Highlight control in Photosohp) when someone in the audience called out, I see the face in the rocks.
Well, I had shown this picture many times and did not see the face. I was not looking for what I didn’t see. Can you see the face?
The next time you are photographing, look for what you don’t see. In the meantime, check out this most interesting Web site: Brain and Behavior.
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