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Argus is a figure in Greek legend described variously as the son of Inachus, Agenor, or Arestor or as an aboriginal hero (autochthon). His byname derives from the hundred eyes in his head or all over his body. Argus was appointed by the goddess Hera to watch the cow into which Io (Hera’s priestess) had been transformed, but he was slain by Hermes and Argus’s eyes were transferred by Hera to the tail of the peacock.
How the Name Inspired Me to Start The Argus Image
The fascinating history of the Argus holds a visual representation of the photographer and the work we produce. I love the story of the transformation of Argus’s eyes becoming the beautiful peacock feathers. As he was admired and loved by Hera. In turn, Argus represents in photography, the transformation of a photograph from its conceptualization to the final print and the journey the photographer takes through this process.
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