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Subjectivity. We all judge forms of media with it, and it forges a large part of the lasting impression or conclusion we arrive at about whatever it happens to be we feel, smell, taste, view or listen to. When working on a photograph, I'm sure I'm not alone in asking the opinions of those close to me - sometimes I get so wrapped up and 'involved' in a particular shot that it's difficult to maintain a level of neutrality. This is where it helps for someone to step in and tell me I'm heading in the right direction, or point out that it might be better were I to abandon a particular concept completely... Sometimes I listen to them and sometimes I don't - subjectivity, as I say. Occasionally images are loved by the majority - I'm convinced there are near-universally accepted ideals in all artforms, otherwise how does a great musician, sculptor or author become so revered? Then there are photographs that appeal to many - it might be that they have pleasing qualities that are commonly accepted as beautiful, whether that be a certain arrangement of elements (compositional rules expertly applied), or the quality of light, or of course the subject matter itself. Naturally, there are shots that have niche appeal - I don't expect anybody would be excited about photographs of my children other than me! Then, there are those shots that appeal on an almost purely personal level. When I took this image, I was drawn by several things - one in particular was the graffiti etched in the concrete before it dried, hence rendering those scribblings permanent. Funnily enough, it was the name 'Jes' that first struck me, and was the title I had in mind whilst shooting were the picture to prove successful. It wasn't until I viewed the file properly once home I really took notice of the other names - and of course that changed things completely. Narcissistic? Surely not! It's my hope that this photograph will be enjoyed by you, but even if not then hopefully you'll appreciate why it has that personal appeal I mentioned. To me, at least.Pressure For 'Perfection'
Okay, I am NOT weight obsessed or trying to lose weight. In the least. That's not what this picture is about at all. I just wanted to clarify that. This picture is about how I hate the fact that so many people make themselves unhappy in the quest to be what society considers 'perfect'. Thin, beautiful, young. To me I find it so saddening that some people wake up and the most important thing in their day is to count calories because they've spent their lives seeing images of thin celebrities everywhere and are told this is the way they should look. I just think it's sick really, being happy in your own skin should be considered more admirable than being able to fit into a pair of size 0 jeans. Those scales are older than me, I had to go into the garage to get them because we don't have scales in our house lol
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