With today's technologically savvy society, there's probably few of you who don't know that photographs are, simply put, made up of a bunch of dots. You may have even experienced the dismay of opening a JPEG file and seeing some of the image has deteriorated, leaving small pin holes or odd coloring of the picture. I bring this up, because it's New Year's Eve and time for resolutions. I thought it might be interesting to consider them in a different way.
In the Big Picture we each are just one dot. But without our own unique pigments, ideas, personality, etc. the image is not complete.
Depending on the resolution, we could be a small dot or a big dot. We could represent a large portion of the image or a very tiny part. We each have a purpose.
The resolution determines how sharp or grainy the image. Is it a fine and crisp image or just a lot of noise?
What image do we represent? Is it a landscape or portrait? Is it realistic or abstract? Is it art or pornography?
When thinking about resolutions, there's a lot to consider.