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Date: Feb 26, 2015
Date Uploaded: Feb 26, 2015

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Cover shot for February photo essay.
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Thanks to all the essayists.

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03/07/2015 11:13:34 AM
Captivating images and interesting questions posed. I have not experimented with multiple exposure and this has inspired me to try. The interaction of overlapping images, the recognizable and unrecognizable, the shadows and textures. I also liked the guided pacing of the video -- while still processing one image in my I am pleasantly surprised with the next. Thanks for putting this together.
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03/07/2015 10:49:28 AM
I look at this as a marvelous tribute to randomness. But it's constructed like a piano etude and thus the suggestion of:
"discover what the camera sees that you don't"
is one way of approaching photography. (actually it happens to be my way also.)
Of all things visible what appears in a photograph is always invisible to the eye and surprises us.

I particularly like the pace of this piece, the moment of questioning the exercise.
Wonderful
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03/05/2015 12:52:06 AM
One of the best montages I have seen for some time. Quite eloquent and the music is so fitting. Bravo. The thirst for the unknown is a powerful driving force, your location makes it all the more exotic to this concrete semi-bound individual. I couldn't help thinking that your process is similar to shooting film, the pleasure is in the discovery of ones intuition, ingenuity and open mindedness. I like the circular concept, no beginnings - no endings. Just an insatiable craving for going further, the satisfaction of not being sated. Mucho gracias.
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03/02/2015 10:07:35 PM
there is nothing more enjoyable than seeing something for the first time. amazing work Paul.
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03/02/2015 06:47:43 AM
Originally posted by insteps:

Paul,
Iím interested in what tools you used to create this piece?


Thanks Henry. Just iPhone but I did cheat a bit and use Hipstamatic app because you can do multiple exposures so easily; actually you can do multiple-multiple exposures, as many as you like. And with a bit more trickery you can combine that with slow shutter speeds. Didn't do any post processing at all except to remove borders imposed by some Hipstamatic settings.
03/02/2015 04:37:16 AM
Paul,

Where to beginÖ Brilliant stuff! I feel like Iím someplace between you, the photographer, and your subject. Really there is no camera at all, just this space between.

Itís a very relaxing experience to just let it play out. Iíve gone through it a few times and it doesnít get old. Thatís all I can ask for and you delivered big time. Thanks!

Iím interested in what tools you used to create this piece?
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03/01/2015 12:43:41 PM
I don't have any words - this one maybe my favourite of all your essays to date. Inspiring stuff as always
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03/01/2015 10:34:52 AM
Inspiring as usual, Paul.
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02/28/2015 10:52:40 PM
I want to visit longer with each image, but then I can see why taking me through at the speed you did was somewhat intentional. I really do love the music - it adds a richness to the images. Not something I could quite orchestrate if you'll pardon the pun. No idea how you did any of 'em, but that's half the fun, I figure!
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02/28/2015 07:24:16 PM
outstanding. astounding.
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02/28/2015 11:37:27 AM
Another amazingly beautiful essay from you. This one hits a cord with me. There is nothing I hate more then knowing exactly what my image will look like before I take it. For me, the idea of visualizing and/or setting up a picture before it is taken completely destroys any reason to take the picture. The unexpected surprises that can end up on the sensor are more beautiful than anything a person could plan for. Your exciting photographs give unquestionable support to your essays premise. You have given me some new ideas. Thank you.
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