Ever since we started collecting images and texts for the coming “Let There Be Light” project, the subject of light has started to grow more and more on me.
In that spirit, here are a few images from a quick walk along the Thames in the area of Putney where I went the opposite way from my usual luminous and contrasty images to darker, less saturated ones. The idea was to create a “Sleepy Hollow” look from an area that offers quite a few opportunities for that sort of imagery.
Two are in B&W and, for once, I systematically prefer the colour photographs, as the green-brown hue suggests much more mood than neutral grey. All the others have been quite strongly desaturated and made rather low-key.
What do you think ? Does this feel like it’s an hour’s walk away from Victoria Station ?
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