While I am still a fan of analogue photography, I used a digital camera for “Grow up”. Because of this, every image that I made contains a wealth of information. Digital images contain a huge amount of data that can overwhelm the human eye in its complexity. Reducing the information load lends the images an air of tranquillity.
I like this effect. And the next generation is going to need all the tranquillity it can get. There’s just too much information, too many options. And too many pictures. Not that people look at them properly any more. They have been devalued. This is part of a trend that began with the advent of digitisation.