The subjects of Eggleston's more recent work are relatively common things, most of them old or broken. He finds beauty in ordinary things by drawing out the colors. He takes the mundane and draws people into the photo by making it beautiful. He shows the complexity of the simple things we see everyday.
This sounds a lot like my project. I want to study the effect different color saturations have on my photographs.
|Untitled (Topiary Trees, Hollywood), 2000.|
|Untitles (Woman Walking of Sidewalk), Las Vegas 1968.|
|Untitled (Open Door into Trailer, Arizona), 2000.|