Some notable posts from the past few days in photography blogs:
- The B blog considers the value of lining things up within the frame, and asks: at what point does the subjectiveness of this technique make the image lose its accidental qualities? This is a good question, since this type of picture leaves you hovering over the abyss of boredom. It's a style that I like to shoot myself, and there's a number of interesting examples in this post, including a Friedlander that's currently up at SFMOMA. [Words + Pictures]
- Liz Kuball describes coming out of a creative lull, which was born out of a feeling of immense creative stimulation. It's nice to hear her describe a newfound enthusiasm for an ongoing project that she had given up on before. [Words]
- A set of atmospheric photos on Blawg de Foto, which includes some shots from the highly lustable Ricoh GRD, the digital point + shoot of my dreams. [Pictures]
All these blogs are run through Blogger. They must be doing something right over there...