One tulip tree captured repeatedly at different angles at the same relative time. Three different works. The lighting didn’t change, the camera settings didn’t change, the angles changed only marginally. The post-capture studio work for each came within a few days of each other. But they are all different.
Perhaps one would argue the differences are too subtle to matter, but I don’t think so. The character of the second is darker than the first; the character of the third is more abstract than the second. The cumulative effect of the three reflects the difference between photo art and photography. As photographs, all three works are essentially identical (if still capturing different parts of the tree). It’s the same tree; the same being. Captured. As photo art, each work is its own creature; each has its own personality. Each exists only in itself; art born from within.
Subtly different or not it seemed to me rolling each out as its own post might get a little old, especially as three others follow next that also draw from the same subject. Unfortunately, presented as a group tends to de-emphasize each, which is not what I want at all. So please, go back to the works above and spend time with each. Let me know if you prefer one in particular!
All my life I have had to learn to do things differently. To see the world differently.