Not all concert photos need glamorous stage lighting and exaggerated posing to get the point across. Noe Todorovich took this photograph at the We Are Scientists show at the Black Cat, and even though we don’t see the band’s faces, we still get the details of and feel for the event.
There is something very satisfying about a photograph that leaves you with more questions than answers. When there is just enough information for the viewer to create their own narrative, the photograph takes on new meaning with each person who sees it. This self portrait from Noe Todorovich, called Sliver of Light, does leave many questions. Surely Todorovich had her own intentions when creating this photo, but it is up to us to fill in the blanks with the information provided, and draw our own conclusions.
This well framed image from Noe Todorovich transforms an everyday Metro scene into a beautiful photograph. The light is focused exactly where Todorovich wants the viewer to look, and the lines from the railing and the wall all steer the eye towards the subject. The photo makes waiting for a Metro train look serene.