Hesitation, ©Rusty Weston
The interplay of light and movement can distort our perception and our awareness at night. Things may not always add up. Did the person you saw on a bus or walking by you on the street really want to be recognized or understood? Or did they just want to be left alone? This series, Unrealized
, explores urban anxieties and misconceptions we experience in a distorted or altered field of vision — false impressions that can happen in the blink of a shutter.
- Rusty Weston
Rusty Weston is a fine arts photographer in San Francisco, Calif. He’s a member of the Bay Area Photographers Collective. Work from his series ‘Unrealized’ has been selected in 2018 juried competitions by Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon, and The Photo Review, a publication.
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