f2.8 f22, series of 2 silver gelatin prints, 8" x 10", edition of 3, 2009
Both eyes are photographed with the same camera and film, what changes is the light intensity. The brighter light requires both the camera aperture and the pupil to contract in order to record the image correctly. Under dimmer light, the pupil and aperture relax. The densities stay the same, but other elements, like depth of focus, do not, neither for the camera nor the eye.