How America’s Most Cherished Photographer Learned to See
For five decades, Stephen Shore has remade our vision of the country, largely by remaking his own.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-interview/how-americas-most-cherished-photographer-learned-to-see
I think it’s important that you distill this into three aspects. The first aspect is physical. It’s what the eyes do. The second aspect is cognitive. It is apprehending the image from the eyes. The third aspect is metacognitive. It is being aware of apprehending what one sees. It’s this last that’s of particular interest to me as a photographer. It’s been my experience that, when a photographer takes pictures when they’re seeing in a state of heightened awareness, they make subtle decisions that lead the resultant image to appear particularly vivid.