Friday, April 17, 2015

Seeing errors though a camera

When I think a face is finished, I always photograph it. It is interesting to me that by looking at the photo, I can see if there are errors, or something needs to be changed. It proves my theory that the eye stops seeing the details after some time in the studio. The same thing works when I check the paintings first thing in the morning. I almost immediately see what needs to be changed.

If you want to send your photos, please continue. I have a pile of face photos, but I am looking for more. I go through the pile each day and decide what face I want to start that morning.