Life Suspended

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© JamesHarmon McQuilkin
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UploadedJuly 2, 2010
TakenJune 12, 2010
MakeSony
ModelDSC-R1
Exposure1/100 sec at f/9
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length71.5 mm
ISO400
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I took a series of shots of a Baptist church in the Atlantic Highlands--jersey shore. I went back there for a second time, because this time the sun was out and beaming brightly. I've always experimented with exposure with various subjects and locations. Both under and over have some remarkable affects that can go unnoticed untill one reviews their work. As a teacher, I tend to be quite thematic with all my art, but photography (especially combined with words) becomes much more than literal. Combined with figurative applications of variety and/or consistancy, the photo has the possibillity and potential to touch/affect/move more minds, hearts, and souls--including my own. The feedback I get--more often than not-- is validating; however, of even more value is how when people respond I become more excited, inspired, and motivated to produce more work that continues to do the same--connect more with people on a deeper and more meaningful level.

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8 responses

  • Nancy Richard

    Nancy Richard gave props (2 Jul 2010):

    I love the way you literally "hung" this out. It certainly makes for a dramatic effect.

  • Bruce Miller

    Bruce Miller (Deleted) gave props (2 Jul 2010):

    Really brilliant. I'm so damn jealous!

  • Steven Schutz

    Steven Schutz gave props (2 Jul 2010):

    I love the photograph..I value the words James...seriously...Thank You...love your work man..

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (2 Jul 2010):

    i love everything about this!

  • Bill Bungard

    Bill Bungard   said (4 Jul 2010):

    Nice comp. I agree with Bruce.

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (2 Nov 2010):

    Just perfect!

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (28 May 2011):

    And you did connect, I finally have the time to read more of what you are saying, and yes, I can feel the excitement, but this story is magnificent, B R A V O !

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper   gave props (16 Jan 2013):

    Validation is so important. A friend once told me about his high school years. He said he was small and geeky. I asked if he was bullied. He said, "No... worse. I was ignored". Failure to have impact is womething few can tolerate Love the image merging with your words.

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