The Facts Don’t Matter

Photography can be very easily misconstrued. When you look at a still image you never know what’s really happened in a scene. It’s a split second, fragmented moment captured on camera that more than often tells a completely different story to that which is going on. This becomes especially evident with street photography where people are generally moving quickly and every movement is so fleeting.

We look at an image and automatically make assumptions based on what we see. Most of the time it’ll be wrong, but that’s alright.

I just want people to look at the photographs and enjoy them for what they are regardless of the facts. Hence the title.