conceptual studio: sight
by Christina M Zanetti
This series captures how I interpret sight and how I would photography such an intangible theme. I first thought how would I explain something to someone who cannot see. My thought process then led to how do you explain life to a child. This series is a dialogue between the person without sight and the person who can indeed see; the two images without the model are representing how life can be explained. The first image explaining that life can be sweet, gentle, and soft and the latter image explaining that life can sometimes be hard, painful, and sharp. I used myself as the model.
Camera: Canon Rebel XT
Equipment: Tripod, Cable Release, Hot Lights