Time in photography
Time in photography is not so much in shooting or crafting, but in the very small shock that some images arouse, or in the extended fascination of wanting to contemplate them over and over again even knowing that there is nothing new there, that nothing changed. Photography is static, but it promotes a hidden dynamism, an impulse for us to change as we observe it. Unknowingly, we asked ourselves, “What will it tell me this time?”
The point is to understand that we are not the same ones we had previously contemplated that photograph.