|Tree at the ISL last evening. They are also celebrating 50 yrs. of being a school here in Lausanne.|
|Coming back from the school and in front of the train station|
|Icicles in lights at the train station in Lausanne, Capital of the Olympics|
As a photographer you are seeing the world through the lens of your camera. Whatever you see, or photograph, you are sharing with the world that ONE moment in time that can never be recaptured. It’s an amazing thing actually.
So when you are looking at my photos, you are seeing what I saw, exactly. There may be some corrections (color, white balance, horizon straightening, exposure correction) but you will seldom see change in the photo itself. I stay true to what I am photographing. It is what I have in Photoshop to work with to make my photo better, more aesthetic, and more pleasing to the viewer.
Photos hold different meanings for different people. For instance, when you see the shot of the fork in the lake, your idea of what it is and why it’s there, is a lot different than my idea of photographing it. It’s called interpretation, based on your experiences. A Fork in the Lake – for me that is a connection to understanding that we are dependent on the land and the water for our sustenance. Think about it.