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  • thanks for the words, @yoke_lore // i’ve been playing more and more with integrating words into my photographs - which is something that i’m often torn about. in my history of growing through this hobby, i’ve largely believed that a photo should stand alone as a visual story and that adding to that story can be confusing, taking away from the purity of the practice. i find it beautiful that people perceive the same photographic story differently based on who they are and their experiences - and letting an image stand alone allows consumers to understand it in their own, unique way.  more as of late, i’ve considered incorporating written word as a tool to frame the story and better engage those who don’t commit the time to understanding photographs in this age of fast scrolling. shoot me a message if you have thoughts. i’d love to hear them. thanks for the words, @yoke_lore // i’ve been playing more and more with integrating words into my photographs - which is something that i’m often torn about. in my history of growing through this hobby, i’ve largely believed that a photo should stand alone as a visual story and that adding to that story can be confusing, taking away from the purity of the practice. i find it beautiful that people perceive the same photographic story differently based on who they are and their experiences - and letting an image stand alone allows consumers to understand it in their own, unique way. more as of late, i’ve considered incorporating written word as a tool to frame the story and better engage those who don’t commit the time to understanding photographs in this age of fast scrolling. shoot me a message if you have thoughts. i’d love to hear them.
  • thanks for the words, @yoke_lore // i’ve been playing more and more with integrating words into my photographs - which is something that i’m often torn about. in my history of growing through this hobby, i’ve largely believed that a photo should stand alone as a visual story and that adding to that story can be confusing, taking away from the purity of the practice. i find it beautiful that people perceive the same photographic story differently based on who they are and their experiences - and letting an image stand alone allows consumers to understand it in their own, unique way. more as of late, i’ve considered incorporating written word as a tool to frame the story and better engage those who don’t commit the time to understanding photographs in this age of fast scrolling. shoot me a message if you have thoughts. i’d love to hear them.
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