Sol Lang

Sol Lang

Posted on 10/26/2007


Photo taken on August 14, 2007


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Caitlin - Hair, Eyes and Flowers

Caitlin - Hair, Eyes and Flowers
If there is one thing I have come to understand about posting images on Flickr, it’s that it is really a dual task. One – is the presenting of a photograph – usually an image that I would hope will arouse people. Peak their interests visually. Get people to react positively to an image that would stimulate the imagination, stir the emotions and entertain them forcing some contemplation. The other task is to write something interesting and compelling about the image or complementing the image. For those of you who have been following my postings regularly, you may have noticed that I rarely post more than one image at a time. Lately I have also minimised my writings as well. Recently I transposed an entire segment from Democracy Now with Amy Goodman. Although I felt what I was presenting was important, it was really due to my own exhaustion and perhaps laziness that I took this easy root of delivering a pre-packaged text to go with my image. I said it was in tribute to Gail Orenstein, but really that was making excuses. My dear friends, you must understand that I spend as much as two to three hours on an image to make it “Flickr ready”. By the time the image is complete, it is late at night and I am completely exhausted. At that point I am also anxious to post my image and don’t have the stamina or patience to write a whole text about the image, the model, my feelings about the image or the model. It is a hard task to transfer these feelings and emotions into words. As an artist, I would hope that the images speak for themselves, but I am not that naïve. The text is a necessity that completes the presentation. It is required as there is no other way to express my thoughts, feelings that I felt at the time of shooting my model, or the time I prepared the image in Photoshop. And let’s face it. I am shooting beautiful women who are vital and sexual. As professionally as I conduct myself in these sessions, I cannot come away from these shoots unaffected in some sexually reactive way. All these are fodder to write about, but not always so close to the surface that I can bring them forth to my keyboard and just let the words flow. So either I hold back the images and wait for the words or post the images and provide word that are either my own or borrowed from elsewhere. For them to be my own words, I would have to write them early in the day, because my exhaustion at night will just not allow the words to flow freely nor coherently.

In this image, Caitlin was stretching out on the stone patio railing of my garden. I think one of the most striking elements in this photograph, is her hair. Nothing screams femininity better than the flowing waves of long hair cascading freely. The other is her eyes and expression on her face. What it is to mean is for anyone’s interpretation, but only Caitlin knows for certain what the thoughts are behind those eyes.

This session was not recorded in film, but you can view some of my other sessions here.

If you are a collector, you can own an original giclée of my work by going to my profile page and linking to Imagekind.

Thank you for reading and viewing my art.

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Comments
MjYj
MjYj
Superbe géométrie
10 years ago.
Peter Ellis
Peter Ellis
beautiful !!
10 years ago.
Organic Life
Organic Life
Great strech. Maybe a bit to long fingers :-)
6 years ago.