This is the third post in a string about imagining a landscape, while last post I reflected on being surprised on finding landscape photographs that I had not pre-visualized (imagined). My theory is that once you realize that a certain type of photographic image may result from a given set of circumstances (sorry, the scientist side of my brain), then the results in future situations can be imagined.
I am still finding that the resulting photograph that I composed still difficult to entirely per-visualize. You have to like serendipity and chance.
I find the resulting image to be very ambiguous, as well as mysterious.
Featured photograph: Untitled (Trabuco Canyon) copyright 2020 Douglas Stockdale
Medium Photo 2020 Workshop: Developing a Creative Book workshop that I will be leading from March, 19-22, 2020, a four-day extended weekend workshop in San Diego (workshop registration is still open and some spots are still available)
Medium Photo 2020 Lecture Series, I will be giving a one-evening lecture Artist Books as Art Objects on March 20th, from 7:30 – 9pm at the You Belong Here artist venue, located at 3619 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, California 92104.
Note: date changes: Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) Faculty Exhibition, in Los Angeles at the new LACP gallery, located at 566 Washington Blvd. The exhibition opens Saturday, March 21, 2020, and the closing reception is Saturday, April 18th from 7-10pm.