Spatial Arrangements and Emotional Attributions

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Spatial Arrangements and Emotional Attributions

Postby Ganesh H Shankar » Sun Apr 27, 2014 6:05 pm

Here are two untouched (just resized raw files) images -

depart_color.jpg
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lead_color.jpg
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Here are how I see them as B&W images -





depart.jpg
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Depature












lead_bw.jpg
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Lead




I processed them and titled them to indicate feelings they evoke in me. Processing is mostly restricted to B&W conversion, brightness, contrast and toning. Isn't it interesting how our mind perceives arrangements and tonalities and attributes different meaning and feelings (subjective realities) ?

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Re: Spatial Arrangements and Emotional Attributions

Postby swapnil19 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 9:13 pm

very interesting work with the elephants ganesh :)
visually both are appealing , just that I see lead image more like the departed elephant and vice versa
maybe i see leader as standing alone :D
bnw rendition does evoke feelings more than the color version though.
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