digital photography is time- and cost-saving, while potentially it
allows the same kind of precision we know from the most advanced analog
photography; digital photography even allows night shots. but not for
hours, and that is what my photography is about: the shape of a given
space is constructed by time :)
the stripes on the bottom of this picture, as well is in the previous one are due to a laboratory process, which has been out my control (hein, what is control?). i decided to not correct them for the web-version you're viewing right now. sometimes, i think, leaving things as they are, or even to work with an error is rather a challenge than to not. saying 'no' to an artistic process is extremely influential and, therefore, powerful. and power, in all its aspects, needs to be handled with care.
btw. the exposure time of this photo was less than 5 minutes, if my records are correct.