Photographs are enigmatic. It’s a universal visual appeal as it elicits ranges of emotions, whether the photo may be simple or dramatic. It’s been ever present from the time of cavemen until its evolution in today’s advanced society.
It is no secret that the advancements in technology have given most people access to digital cameras to document and immortalize the world’s stories through the eyes of different people, whether it be for posting into your social network page or into your portfolio of memories.
The basics, however, never change. And it would be a long and sometimes frustrating experiment to learn how basics apply in practical situations (A look at some of the photos taken from the Road Works and Voyager pages shows the evolution of our understanding of light and shadows, or our inherent lack thereof )