Brian Swinyard, PPSA  


Tears For Fears by Brian Swinyard, PPSA

July 2024 - Tears For Fears

About the Image(s)

I have always been a staunch advocate of the fact that creative images are all around us; we just need to be able to see them. To emphasize the point, this month’s offering was taken of an old stainless steel sink in our kitchen which was scratched through over use and with some water droplets sprinkled on it. It is a single-shot, taken in-camera and is one of those images which could easily be used in psychological studies where the clinician says to the patient “Tell me what you see …”. In my case, I see many things, one of which would be a storm over a field of corn. I quite like the left-to-right transition of light through the picture from pale blue through mid-tone grey to the creamy white.


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Hazel Price   Hazel Price
I love the subtle colour palette and composition of your image Brian. The storm over a cornfield works for me but I don't need to see anything in particular, just the shapes and colours and the movement of the scratches which is very pleasing to the eye.   Posted: 07/12/2024 06:35:14



 

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