Thirty-nine years ago in my first attempts to photograph the Florida Landscape, I would often look for a vantage point that offered a clear and uncluttered full tonal
scale view. I soon found out that this was a rare occurrence. In my current landscape work, I’m embracing the chaos and clutter of the Florida Landscape and the often-limited tonal scale. I’m also lengthening or pushing the aspect ratio of the photographs to create a scene where the viewer scans across the picture plane rather than looking directly at it. In an open space, you can look directly at it but in a cluttered space, you need to scan across to catch all the detail.
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