|Harry Callahan, Eleanor, 1947|
This chapter gives you many things to think about. I know I don't usually give as much time as I should when looking at a photograph. There is so much to think about and you should always relate a photograph that your looking at back to your own work. I feel like this will make a stronger photographer. I need to work on analyzing my work and others work more intensively and thoroughly.
This chapter mainly gave me the knowledge that the purpose of interpretations is to allow the viewer to understand the meaning of a photograph. This is very important in photography because EVERY photograph has a meaning but it can change from viewer to viewer.