Some people fail to understand the photographic work of William Eggleston (the father of colour photography). Many people fail to appreciate images that lack a subject-matter. Or an object that isn’t perfectly composed within a rectangular frame. We often have very rigid ideas of what makes a picture interesting (there are compositional rules that help our appreciation). But try taking an image that is perfectly uninteresting/banal (perhaps boring), but at the same time appear somewhat aesthetic. It’s really not easy. Here is my attempt at taking pictures in an unbiased way, a way that Eggleston defines as ‘demographic’. Good for you!
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