yesterday, my friend myka and i spent the afternoon photographing an old building in downtown nashville. this morning i was looking through my photographs, and her photographs.
take two different people, with two different cameras, and you get two different photographs of the same object. here's an example:
(for the purpose of this blog, it doesn't matter who took which one.)
these two pictures are the same set of spiral stairs. (they were lying on the ground outside of the building. odd.) and yet, the pictures are completely different and each portrays a different feeling.
i think this is a reflection on life, as well. you take two different people, with two different backgrounds, two different points of view, and you get two completely different results, even if you're looking at the same object, the same circumstance, or the same god.
in life and in photographs, this does not make one better than the other. just different.