Nowadays, says Rafael Rojas, we all seem to be gulping visual ‘fast food’ content without taking the time to savour, taste and enjoy the nuances of visual poetry slowly flooding our hearts and souls
In the ‘old days’ before the Internet, the only way a person could experience a photograph of the landscape was in a printed book, a purchased magazine or at a photographic exhibition. All of these ‘mediums’ entailed a certain pre-disposition from the viewer. Either they had paid for a book and were taking the time to read it comfortably sitting at home or they had…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside issue 38 of Landscape Photography Magazine.