House Taken Over V

Of the images in this series, I think this one best conveys the aesthetic I was going for, a combination of August Bradley and Gregory Crewdson, with traces of others. And, I think more than any other image in the series, this one really transformed from the original captures into something that is not directly representational. One could argue that that is not the point of photography, but then again, one could argue that this kind of image is not so much a photograph as it is a digitally imaged work; that’s semantics, and if you would like to debate that, remember that I used to be an English teacher, and still have a strong interest in linguistics, so you’d better bring something tasty to eat and drink ‘cuz we’ll be discussing for a right long while.


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