Street lights
Street lights
Canon EOS 350D     40mm     1/640s     f/4.0     ISO100    


Today, 25 most recent, 25 random images

Street lights

Taken: 29 November 2008, Paris, France.

When traveling, do you notice all the subtle differences?
For example all the street signs, all the signs on the road themselves, and street lights?
This bicycle street light for one looks different that the ones we have here…

Blurry
Blurry
Canon EOS 350D     17mm     1/50s     f/4.0     ISO800    


Today, 25 most recent, 25 random images

Blurry

Taken: 28 November 2008, Paris, France.

Again, La Grande Arche de la Défense.

What do you do with your blurry pictures? Do you check your pictures after you made them and delete the blurry ones from the camera? Do you check your pictures after you put them on your computer and then delete the blurry ones? Do you dump all your pictures on your computer and never look back at them?

Or do you keep your blurry pictures?
Or do you keep some blurry ones, and keep some blurry ones?

Arche de la Défense
Arche de la Défense
Canon EOS 350D     138mm     1/25s     f/4.0     ISO400    


Today, 25 most recent, 25 random images

Arche de la Défense

Taken: 28 November 2008, Paris, France.

Some repetitive details of La Grande Arche de la Défense.

I was going to call this something with the words “abstract art” in it. But I’m not sure if one could call something like this abstract art. Or art. Or abstract.

It’s actually a piece of a building. To be precise, it’s a view of a picture of a piece of a building. Is it abstract? If you know what it is, how can it be abstract? The design might (or might not be) minimalistic, but does that make it abstract? Some people might not see something in it, but does that make it abstract? Some other people might see squares in it, are squares abstract?

Is it art though? This view of a pictures of a piece of a building, is this art? If it was displayed in a photo museum, would this be art? With my artistic (what’s in a name) view, I chose to take a picture of this piece of a building, am I therefore an artist? And thus, is this art? If, by law, I am the author or artist of this picture, is this art?

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Shooting pictures since around 2001, professional photographer since 2005. Contact Kenneth Kwee for photography projects in The Netherlands, including weddings. Connect to Kenneth Kwee on LinkedIn.

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