1970, Equivalence

Two photographer friends and myself went photographing in one of the golf courses in our neighbourhood.

It was a very moving experience that I later linked with the term “Equivalence”, defined by the great photographer, Alfred Stieglitz.

By photographing clouds, Stieglitz meant to demonstrate how “to hold a moment, how to record something so completely, that all who see [the picture of it] will re-live an equivalent of what has been expressed”.

Minor White – The camera reveals “things for what they are and for what else they are”.

Photography, being a creation of man in society, portrays the individual and bears the mark of his life.

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