Dark Night of the Soul


Going by Plato's definition of the soul as having three components, the fundamental pillars that justify my pressing the shutter: the logos (reason) of wanting to recreate the image, the thymus (temperament) governing your soul at the moment, and the eros (desire) to create something intimately personal all converge into the right moment that the soul recognises, not the eye. By this precept, therefore, soul photography does not simply capture an event but instead, communicates the human role in the universe of intangible emotions.