Monday, 17 October 2016

No Faces, No Names

No Faces, No Names

One of the themes for this week's challenge on Delightful Aberrations was censorship. I had ideas straight away, but some required Many People (I know many people, but many people that do not have time at the same time...)
So these ended up being my final images this week.

Censor Them All

I wanted to show censorship both as an act and as a person. People are the cause of censorship, and maybe Censorship itself is censored, in that we are not always fully aware when something has been censored--think of all those scenes left on the editing room floor, those paragraphs deleted, that we never know exist unless they're directly addressed.

Anyway, that's it photography-wise for this week. My brain is fuzzy with a cold, so hopefully this makes sense!

1 comment:

  1. I really like this one! It's almost like you're trying to "censor" all the colours out of the photograph too. Your hair (which is comparatively bright) is pulled back, and the magazines are open to either grey or flesh tones, or have a light shining on them, making the colours far more faded out. It's also cool the way that the reflection of your face in the table in the first photo is "censored" out by the magazine cover, though I don't know if it was intentional or not. Kind of adds to the "censorship we're not always fully aware of" aspect too! :)