SX-70 > SX-70

This is true of all my photographs, but particularly true of the SX-70 images; that the subject is of secondary importance, or of no greater importance than all the other factors and impulses that play a role in their creation. Color, tone, texture, the play of light upon an object, the very objectness of a thing photographed renders the question, "What is it?" irrelevant. The "what" of a thing photographed is secondary to its' very "thingness" at the moment of exposure. The immediacy of the SX-70 experience emphasizes the visceral quality of the moment of capture!