There is something about the clinical cleanliness that I like in a medical photograph. It’s bright, lighter tones, lots of white, crisp and clean. Everything about the image creating process is still the same with me no matter what the environment is. Find the scene, create the frame, showcase the main subject, and tell a story. When looking at an image there should be a distinct subject that the eyes are drawn to first, as well, the background and environment should compliment the subject.
Too many competing subjects can make the image “busy” and if the viewer has to guess what the main subject is, then the image is not doing it’s intended job. Yes each image we create should have a purpose.
Image created last Fall for Health Sciences North Foundation here in Sudbury On.