3 Days, 2 Views

Over a period of 3 days in 1999, I shot 2 rolls each day. One roll with my eye making the composition and the other from the hip. An excercise in composition and chance. This was before the proliferation of digital cameras and the camera's shift away from the body.

The images were arranged in a grid, with both rolls from each day side by side. Out of each roll a favorite was picked and it was enlarged. This enlarged print disrupted the grid causing it to shift and change course. What became obvious about the project was a tendency towards the formal when I had control over the lens and an abundance of asses when I did not.