All you have is time. Time is everything, time is money, time is a memory, time is relevant. In physics, time isn’t a measurement, but in our lives and in our photography it’s how we capture the human condition. If all we have is time, what are you going to capture with yours?
Longer shutter speeds
When it comes to photography it’s the shutter speed that captures time, opening and closing to the settings you wanted. It’s funny how some of the most famous photos have a little movement in them, they aren’t sharp. I’m sure the sensor size pixel pushers would ridicule these photos if they were taken in today’s world. And because of that, I feel photography has lost a little soul from being obsessed with specs instead of the art of photography. We have lost that serendipity caused by time, from capturing life as it moves. Nothing in this world is free of entropy. Everything has its time. Continue reading article