Friday, October 8, 2010

Unfocused

I have kind of an odd habit. If I've been shooting in my studio, and my camera is sitting out on a table, I'll sometimes reach over and take a quick photo without allowing the camera time to focus, capturing a blurred image of whatever happens to be sitting in front of the lens. This started by accident, but the results are sometimes interesting, so now I find myself doing it on purpose.
This photo was one of the deliberate ones. It's actually an eraser and a spiral bound notebook that were on the table next to the camera. I think it looks a little like a Gerhard Richter painting.

1 comment:

Brady said...

It looks a lot like a Richter. So cool and emotionless. I like it anyway. :)