PPOC Exposure 2015 “Some Play It Cool. Some Like it Hot”
Photographers of Canada, Alberta Central Branch, present an exhibit of
photographic art that celebrates both winter and warmth. So whether you
want to chill out or bring the heat, we have you covered. If you really
like what you see, some of the works will be available for sale.
I began thinking about the ideas in this series after reading anewspaper article with the title, “Humanity takes millions of photos
every day. Why are most so forgettable?”
In part 1 of thoughts on photography and interestingness,I was spurred by the title of a newspaper article I read last year:
“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most so
forgettable?” Today in part 2 I explore the idea of curiosity (from last
time) a little further, and give some perspective on an important thing
about interestingness – the audience.
“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most soforgettable?” That’s the title of an article I read last year, and it
made me think. I believe in the advent of mass online social media and
sharing of digital photography, others are thinking about it as well.
I’d like to put out a few thoughts on something related to this question
– the idea of photography and “interestingness”.
If you’re a photographer who’s not already printing your work much, maybe I’ll win you over to try it.