emmereeves

Shadows

I'm wired b/c I'm always hyped up on caffeine and nicotine — a stimulant and a depressant.  ahahaha

So you utilize 'digital photography' as opposed to classic celluloid photography.  Photography is all about light and shadow.   The photographer has a dark room where he develops 'negatives' into film... into photos... negatives w/shadows and light w/in them.

Shadow has a 'negative' connotation to it.  It's ominous, dark, grey, evoking imagery of death and ghosts and past tense.

Your words are lyke 'shadows...'  Shadows of a lyve idea... of a love gone by.  Your words are 'shadows', 'afterthoughts'... of ideas and perhaps love from the past... and you do it very well...

cinematographers pay special attention to light and shadow... I'm remynded of the black and white film, "Frankenstein" (Mary Shelley) and how they pay special emphasis on shadows especially revolving around Frankenstein himself... with every lightning strike the room is lit up in light and shadow...

i dunno how diff. digital photography portrays shadow these days, however I am interest in coloring shadows — pastel pinks, blues, and yellows... other hues instead of the classic grey and darkness...

interesting...

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