Sunday, July 1, 2012

Cropped San Francisco


Few weeks ago, I took some pictures in San Francisco.
I took them because I like what I saw but the result is always far from what I expect.
The reason is clear. We only saw and remember things we want to see and everything else was ignored and photos are simply showing every little details which includes what we ignored.
I decide to take out what I do not want to see, and fill in with black, and now it is much closer to what I remember.


照片總是和想的不同,但是卻忠實的記錄了看見的記住的,也記錄了所有不預期的.
前幾周在舊金山市區拍了些照片,這張照片並不起眼,但拍照時仍記得那腦中的景象.
決定把一些並不預期出現的部分以黑色代替,這應該是比較接近當時腦中的景象,也是畫畫時會想描繪的.

4 comments:

zen wang said...

你好,想請教一下這裏說的“不預期的”指的是什麼呢?是我們腦中第一印象之外的,作畫時候模糊處理的東西嗎?謝謝!

Jason Juan said...

您好! 是的,正是這意思. 這邊呈現的方式與目的就是設法把照片和畫畫的距離拉近

zen wang said...

多謝指教!

Anonymous said...

why are you so sure what you take out is what you don't expect to see? if we can choose what we want to hear and see, most fabulous moments will be missed in life.