Meteoroscape photography expressed the “Design, which could be criticized and burnt”
In terms of photography, Nature photography is an industry that seems to have no room for “design”. Because taking a picture of nature or Hallelujah in the mountain is the basis for nature photography, it is nonsense you design it with human hands.
Like a craftsman, you climb the same mountain hundreds of times and take a picture of the natural scene that happened by chance.
That is the nature photography-“Do” and it does not change even if you take it with a DSLR. Throw away Photoshop.
Such an attitude also serves as a kind of standard in the post production of photographic works in general. “Photos that are photoshopped too much are unnatural”, “HDR is too much”, etc. a textbook is claiming it.
In fact, I’d like to stop photographs being made that show beautiful pictures in the advertisement while you get disappointment when you actually visit.
On the other hand, how far do you suppress all “designs” (which extend to our genes) in recent years, which is technically easy and commonplace? The question arises.
What to be and what not to be, and that the choice itself is the problem, like that trolley. There is such a thing.
This work expresses the modern age in question, with the huge power of such “design” working even at this time when you are reading this sentence.
Mt. Taisetsu, where I took these photographs, happened to be wearing snow. It seems that the first snow in September is rare.