Creating a play on the viewer’s eye by Richard Rownak

Written by edward on . Posted in Digital Artists in US, Interviews, Photographers in US

 

“ . . . no matter what I am working on I strive to keep the viewers eye within the image and make the eye strive to find some reference point, while searching deep into the image and back to the front. Creating a play on the viewer’s eye is done by the composition of elements. There can be a pulling of the eye by negative space or some other elements, which trap the eye inside the image and will not let it leave the space. If I can cause some interesting vertigo and uniqueness or familiarity with a shape or combination of elements that evoke a feeling to the brain connected to the eye, then I have succeeded.”

 

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Interview with Richard

 

 

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