The Bayles Exercise — CJ Chilvers

> He told Brooks to take his stack of prints and divide them in two by any arbitrary means (composition, subject matter, color, etc.). If a pattern emerges you hadn’t previous seen, you have a new project (photo essay, book, article). If no pattern emerges, do it again using another arbitrary means of dividing in two. Keep doing this over and over until patterns do emerge.
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The Bayles Exercise — CJ Chilvers

> He told Brooks to take his stack of prints and divide them in two by any arbitrary means (composition, subject matter, color, etc.). If a pattern emerges you hadn’t previous seen, you have a new project (photo essay, book, article). If no pattern emerges, do it again using another arbitrary means of dividing in two. Keep doing this over and over until patterns do emerge.
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