CHAPTER 2 - HAVE A DREAM
Have a dream and project it, have a dream and protect it. Don't handicap it, don't adapt or detract from it, let it rawly impact you. Otherwise you will be serving the establishment. And who needs form in photography?
Or framing, or composition? Let your vision solve the image by itself, worry not about its limits, a photograph has seen to this by existing only within four angles.
And if the result is an almost simulacrum of your oneiric activity, no matter how fade or approximate, don't repeal it. Sharpness is the most futile and hostile of all imagination constituents.
By unleashing the impulse, without impediments (see chapter 10), the photographic mirage is realised in anticipation. Only then you press the (that) button.
And if someone will call your dream a distortion, just disdain knowing that metamorphosis is the only outcome of desire and passion.
To be cont'd
NB: The pictures featuring here won't be in the book. I only wish I could have been the author. Instead, they reflect quite well my thoughts and this makes them extraordinary in my eyes. I am grateful to all those who give me the opportunity to see also through theirs.
Michail Moscholios - Photo by Arnold Despi