Doug Stockdale's Singular Images

December 3, 2016

Denver Night Abstracts

Filed under: Photography — Tags: , , — Doug Stockdale @ 6:42 pm

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Night Light copyright 2016 Douglas Stockdale

On our first evening in Denver last week there were some remnants of snow still on the ground, which I found intriguing. I started playing with some cast light patterns created by a residential nightlight (these were solar powered units; the light was not that strong and had an interesting color cast associated with it). My first experiments resulted in the photograph below and later that night I returned to capture the image above, which became a bit more abstract.

Both are singular images as I don’t anticipate any particular photographic project coming from this, but one of these photographs might be used for something later on. Who knows. This is just part of my current practice of experimental-play with the camera-phone, who knows what free-association ideas this process might generate, while still being fun to do.

Cheers!

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