Paul's Pensive Ponderances

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   Engaged 2 May 2006
   Updated 26 May 2006
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We live in a world where photography is commonplace, thanks to the likes of such figures as Niépce, Daugerre, and Eastman. Why, photographs are so common that most of us take them for granted and think nothing of having our photos taken. However, this feeling is not harbored by all.

Mister Paul Arquette is a man with a problem. While he is a twenty-first century man, hip to the latest trends in technology, he harbors a secret paranoia of the camera-machine. In every photograph taken of him, even those by himself, he looks uncomfortable, distressed, or downright perplexed.

Perhaps it's his Zulu blood that boils with the fear of having his soul carried away by the camera. Maybe he simply had a bad experience as a child. Whatever the case may be, it is the goal of this website to get down to the root of the problem and discover why photographs cause Paul so much anguish.

Join us, friends, on this tour of a man's tortured psyche!

   Edited by Dr. Joshua Gulch, Professor of Photographic Psychology.