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nock-nock-nock:

小浪 次郎 / Jiro Konami

(出典: jirokonami.com)

Posted 1ヶ月前

likeafieldmouse:

Chris McCaw - More from the series Sunburn

Artist’s statement:

"In 2003 an all night exposure of the stars made during a camping trip was lost due to the effects of whiskey. Unable to wake up to close the shutter before sunrise, all the information of the night’s exposure was destroyed. The intense light of the rising sun was so focused and powerful that it physically changed the film, creating a new way for me to think about photography.

In this process the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative. After hours of exposure, the sky, as a result of the extremely intense light exposure, reacts in an effect called solarization - a natural reversal of tonality through overexposure. The resulting negative literally has a burnt hole in it with the landscape in complete reversal. The subject of the photograph (the sun) has transcended the idea that a photograph is a simple representation of reality, and has physically come through the lens and put its hand onto the final piece. This is a process of creation and destruction, all happening within the camera.”

Posted 5ヶ月前

jvnk:

Food Styling and Photography for “Goodforks”

By Marion Luttenberger

Posted 5ヶ月前

vmagazine:

Collages by Berlin-based Russian artist ©Igor Skaletsky

  • "Skaletsky manipulates recognizable images of art history and high fashion, and ironically unites them."

Posted 5ヶ月前

vmagazine:

Collages by Berlin-based Russian artist ©Igor Skaletsky

  • "Skaletsky manipulates recognizable images of art history and high fashion, and ironically unites them."

Posted 5ヶ月前

likeafieldmouse:

Zhu Jinshi

1. God Particle A

2. Pushing from the Left

3. The Snows of Kilimanjaro

Posted 7ヶ月前

vmagazine:

'Vogue Patterns' - Models: Lara Stone, Kinga Rajzak, Maryna Linchuk, Meghan Collison & Hanne-Gaby Odiele | Photographer: Steven Meisel | Fashion Editor: Edward Enninful | Hair: Guido Palau | Make-up: Pat McGrath

Posted 7ヶ月前

likeafieldmouse:

Costica Acsinte

"It all began the city of Slobozia, Romania, in the 1920s. World War I photographer Costica Acsinte had just returned from the war. To further his experience, he decided to open his own commercial studio, the Foto Splendid C. Acsinte, and welcomed everyone and anyone who needed their photo taken.

Within two decades, he had accumulated photographs in the thousands, being possibly the only professional photographer in Romania at that time, so that by the time of his death in 1984, he had some 5,000 negatives, preserved in glass plates, collected.

In all those years, Acsinte had photographed hundreds – men, women, children, families, lovers – and captured many important moments – weddings, friendship, love, even deaths – in those people’s lives.

But his collection had deteriorated considerably as time passed. Bidding the end of their lives in wooden crates, most of the negatives, which were acquired by a small regional history museum, were succumbing to the elements – cracking, shrinking, peeling, molding, and fast becoming next to nothing.

And so lawyer-turned-photographer Cezar Popescu, whose father – also a photographer – had once worked with Acsinte’s son, is now racing against time to save the photographs before they disappear completely. He has undertaken this massive project, painstakingly cleaning and scanning every single glass-plate negative in the collection, to digitalize and preserve Acsinte’s life’s work.”

Posted 7ヶ月前