Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Learning to Q

If I am going to keep my April commitment then I need start making more than one entry when u actually have both the time and the brain to make something worth reading/following.  At the moment I am crammed on a plane under a sleeping toddler half watching somebody's movie over their shoulder.  Something surreal with Jared Ledo.
  Last time my view of the world was close to this I was free falling out of a plane.
What an incredible experience.  That was such a an adrenaline rush.  Jumping, falling, floating.  I want more.  But I also want to get back to seeing the earth from that perspective.  When the shoot was open I was so free and so .... Powerful (I guess).  I felt like the real Taska was out full force.  Can I capture that in a single image? Maybe a tunnel book?

1 comment:

Joe Blaylock said...

Thinking about the spaciousness Anami described to me made me think about exposure and how sometimes I watch climbing movies and they make my palms sweat, but other times - when maybe it's actually harder or dicier - they don't. Camera angles probably have a lot to do with it.

I wonder if there's some perspectival trick you can exploit to enact that taking-out-of-yourself.

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