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A big thing in photography is the notion of pre-visualization. That is, you see a scene or something in front of you and you imagine what that might look like as a photograph. One could imagine all sorts of transformations, even as simple as what it might look like in black and white.

Having said all that, this notion might be a legacy of the film era when one had to have a sense of the final outcome so the in-camera capture could be appropriately set. With digital, post visualization is equally realistic.

Content, Other, Sign

Having said all that, I was standing at Rosedale Station waiting for the train, when my mind visualized the sign above, rather than what was really there.


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