|Tuesday, January 18, 2005 15:33|
LRDA (Light Reaction
by Oli Smith|| ||An
exhibition at the Next Step gallery in Southampton looks at how photography has
developed over the years and how different methods can capture images in different
The LRDA exhibition
showcases the work of 10 top emerging photographers, each selected for the varying
methods and techniques they use to take a picture.
have been brought together by aspace, the Southampton based art organisation,
to produce work that explores how photography has developed over the years. They
not only look at the techniques that have been lost but also the new technology
which is taking over.
by Oli Smith|
all take photos - they are a permanent way to record a moment in time. But is
the image we capture on camera a true likeness of the event that occured?
exhibition raises this question. Cameras
are now so advanced that they can adapt automatically to their surroundings; changing
shutter speeds, filters and analysing the light to create the perfect, idealised
cameras have taken over in favour of the traditional, film loaded cameras and
the photographers also look at how this has an effect on the images. These
days, the camera can most definitely lie!