David

Clyde studied architecture in college. As such, he understands spatial dimensions. The one thing he always said about his photos is that he always leaves a space in them for the viewer to enter the scene. That is, he wants the viewer to feel they are part of the scene. When he first started to print in 5' x 7' size, I mentioned that it would be interesting to mount them curved so the viewer would literally stand inside of the photo. He thought for a moment and then said "Maybe if they were mounted on curve plexiglass." It was only a thought.