The framing of an image.

by John Neel

Abstract Reality - © John Neel

Abstract Reality – © John Neel

“A photograph’s worth is in everything it frames.”

 

To me, a quotation is similar to a photograph. It is the essence of an idea or reasoning. It works as a kind of thought bubble meant to ignite contemplation and introspection. A photograph is the visualization of thought. The framing functions as quotation marks.

 

Read about my latest book here: Rethinking Digital Photography.

Focus In Photography - by John Neel

Focus In Photography – by John Neel

Read about my first book here: Rethinking Digital Photography.

Rethinking Digital Photography

Rethinking Digital Photography

Please have a look at some of my other posts on LensGarden here.

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NOTICE of Copyright: THIS POSTING AS WELL AS ALL PHOTOGRAPHS, GALLERY IMAGES, AND ILLUSTRATIONS ARE COPYRIGHT © JOHN NEEL AND ARE NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT FROM THE WRITER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR lensgarden.com. THE IDEAS EXPRESSED ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND THE AUTHOR.

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