Entry Title: "Vision Drawings (Oramagraphy)"
John Kosmopoulos
, Canada
Category: Non-Professional,

Entry Description:

Vision Drawing (Oramagraphy) is a term I coined for a psychology
of photography and a new way to consider the art of photography.
What you do when you take a photograph with your camera is
photography (light drawing); what you do before, during, and after
you make the photograph is oramagraphy (vision drawing). The
camera is a tool to conceptualize and contextualize your vision
drawings by bridging your "physical vision" (central, peripheral) and
"psychological vision" (metaphorical, symbolic) to achieve your
"photographic vision". To exemplify this concept, I have offered a
series of thematic architectural photographs of buildings in Toronto,
Chicago and Berlin.

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About the Artist:

John Kosmopoulos is a multiple international award-winning photographer who specializes in architecture, abstract, long exposure, and minimalist black and white fine art photography. His fine art photography has been featured in international publications, galleries, billboards, and books. He espouses an "eclectic aesthethic fine art" philosophy and a psychology of photography that he refers to as "vision drawing (oramagraphy)". He has written several treatises on practical fine art photography and conducts workshops throughout the world. Website: www.silverzenphotography.com