Homage to Equivalents

Alfred Stieglitz (1864 – 1946), famous American photographer.
Stieglitz began a cycle of cloud photographs he called “Equivalents, from 1922-31 ” claiming that form conveyed emotional and psychological meaning in the visual arts, not the specific subject of the artist.

I have always liked clouds and the sky, so perhaps inspired by the great Alfred Stieglitz, are some clouds in a boiling sky.
Moments later they have changed…
In weather like this change is quick…
And almost as quick as they formed, they left.

About Darrell Larose

I am a highly motivated self confessed techno-geek. While rooted in traditional analog photography, I have embraced the new technologies in photography. I am just as comfortable under the dark cloth of a large-format view camera, as I am with a digital camera. I can produce award winning photographs within the darkroom, or from a digital-desktop. With 40 years of photography as a both hobby, and over 30 in the professional arena I have always produced. I am self-taught in the digital media, I have been a PhotoShop user since 1995 (version 2.5) I found the transition fairly seamless due to my long experience in labs. I have worked within various Government photo units, including the Forensic Photo Section of the RCMP, as well as various professional labs. I can easily converse with a police forensic photographer as I can with a wedding sports or commercial photographer. I have worked for several of Ottawa’s top photographers. I have worked at several pro labs. As well as many years in photo retail.
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2 Responses to Homage to Equivalents

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