Reversed photography

July 8, 2013

In the process of analysis we constantly reconstructed the situation in which a picture was taken. We call this practice reversed photography. When comparing two similar images, we can see the reasons why both pictures were taken. A digital camera allows a person to take a picture, look at it on their screen, find a better way to photograph the situation and then take another picture.  Looking at the images and reconstructing the situation allows us to witness this learning process of photographic qualities such as framing, for example. The pictures illustrate both the enjoyment and ease with which we can learn how to make better photographs faster through the existence of the digital camera and mobile devices.