Lines seen, unseen

In a review of the 1993 film titled VISIONS OF LIGHT: THE ART OF CINEMATOGRAPHY (1993) Jerry Saravia wrote:

“What I learned was how important it was for cameramen to make their movie stars from the past look as beautiful as possible . . .  to be perfectly lit . . . and actresses, like Marlene Dietrich, would insist on certain cinematographers for the right look.”

During a recent close up photographic challenge, I experimented with a spoon which, though scratched, could look flawless. 

 

One thing for sure, photo challenges give an excuse to purposefully experiment and to enjoy seeing how others interpret and respond to the same prompt.
 

 

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