Sometimes details don’t matter.
Not unlike most of my collections, Structural Frames was born from a lucky shot in which I saw a potential idea.
The idea here is that the entire photo/frame is the subject. Everything within the frame is irrelevent in and of themselves however together they form the structure of the frame.
Structural Frames adopts composition as its main attration and labels content as secondary.
I personally don’t know if there’s a story in these photographs. and if there is I know it won’t be an important one. For me, I’m content with just reinforcing the idea that “everything” is worthy to be photographed.