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Experimental Photography Artist Research

  1. Experimental Photography
  2. Wes Naman
  3. Double Exposure and Layering of images
  4. John Stezaker
  5. Terney Gearon - Explosure
  6. Dominic Rouse
  7. Foodscape photography by Carl Warner
  8. Bela BorsodiFor Yalook he created a series of photographs andvideos in which clothing was folded to resemble aface that spoke. Bela Borsodi
  9. Nicky Walsh• Minimalistic, abstract images.• Composition, colour and tone key elements
  10. Eustaquio Neves
  11. Melinda Gibson
  12. • My contribution to the project Art for Venice is part of a five-year work in progress: the building of an excessive, unreal, out-of-time town called Delirious City. In order to recreate each one of their buildings I have borrowed architectural scraps taken during my trips to Paris, Moscow, Naples, New York City, Shanghai, Barcelona and Vienna. The result, often erroneously identified with a collage made out of several images, always originates in a single image that I still take with the same analogue camera I have always used. After being reworked in an endless digital mirror game, a kaleidoscopic representation of this delirious city is born. I reinterpret these chunks of reality, bestowing on them a different function to the one envisaged by the original architect for the real building. Excess, ambiguity and timelessness are crucial in my corpus. Antonio Girbes
  13. David Hockney - Joiners
  14. David Hockney
  15. Jane Wardhttp://janewardart.wordpress.com/
  16. Eva Stenram
  17. Eva Stenram – Family portrait The order of age within the family has simply been reversed – Stenram has become the oldest member of her family and her father has become the youngest.
  18. Clarence John Laughlin
  19. Sohei NishinoThe creation ofa Diorama Maptakes thefollowingmethod; Walkingaround thechosen city onfoot; shootingfrom variouslocation withfilm; pasting andarranging of there-imagined cityfrom my memoryas layered iconsof the city.
  20. www.soheinishino.com - The Diorama Map• The Diorama Map, which is almost a birds eye view of the city, is not a precise google map, but presents the key elements of the city in a form closer to my own memory and observation. Therefore, every single element amongst the enormous mound of pieces reflects my own act of photographic creation itself.• Diorama Map series is ongoing and will be developed in cities all over the world in the future.
  21. Eustaquio Neves
  22. Fred Holland Day
  23. Clarence John
  24. Clarence John Laughlin
  25. Jerry Uelsmann
  26. JerryUelsmann
  27. Kathryn Hunter
  28. Mari Mahr
  29. Michael Szulc-Krzyzanowski
  30. Robert Heinecken
  31. Fred Holland Day
  32. Robert Heiniken
  33. Robert Heiniken
  34. Michael Wesley
  35. Michael Wesley
  36. Manipulated Photographs
  37. Chema Madoz
  38. Chema Madoz
  39. Doug Prince
  40. Jean-François Rauzier• he created the “Hyperphoto”, a concept which enables him to deal with the impossible: to combine both infinitely big and infinitely small things in one same image, out of time.• To simulate the illusion of reality, Jean-François Rauzier first had to cope with all the inherent limits inherent of the photographic and technological equipment.• He found his way by juxtaposing, duplicating, twisting images with Photoshop, making it possible for him to reproduce human vision more accurately.
  41. Slow shutter speed experimentation
  42. Michael Bosanko – Light painting
  43. Michael Bosanko
  44. Clay Lipsky - reflections in a portrait series
  45. HDR – high dynamic range images
  46. Size and Scale
  47. David Levinthal
  48. Duane Michals – Things are queer 1973 Video on scale and perspective: http://www.you tube.com/watc h? v=8zFI_j3E2nk
  49. Tilt Shift technique by nathan kaso – Toy BoatsVideo: http://vimeo.com/53247454
  50. Laurie Simmons
  51. Ger Van Elk
  52. http://www.noemiegoudal.com/thelovers1.html
  53. Photographic Sculpture
  54. SYZMONROGINSKIFrom the collection ofwork O Mia O.Inspired by cubism,photo shoot was madefor a fashion designer.http://www.szymonroginski.com/Site/o_mia_o.html
  55. Resettlement series:“I have deconstructed and subsequently reconstructed these buildings to form a three dimensional model of the settlement depicted in the original image.” http://www.juliacurtin.com/resettlementoverview.html
  56. PERRAN COSTISkyboxes series: attempts tocapture those moments ofeveryday life which are oftenoverlooked and yet profoundlybeautiful.Printed onto three layers ofglass using special UV inksdesigned to recreate theproperties of natural light.Each image has beenseparated into foreground,mid-ground and background,and the three pieces of glass,form to create a three-dimensional scene http://www.perrancosti.com/WORKS/Pages/SKYBOXES_11_10_09_08_07.html
  57. PERRAN COSTIBaggage series:The Baggage seriesexplores and expressesthose things in our life wehold onto. Memories,hopes, ideals.UV prints on glass,suitcase, wood, lights,audiohttp://www.perrancosti.com/WORKS/Pages/BAGGAGE_-_PORTABLE_CITY_10_09.html
  58. JOHNSTEZAKERJohn Stezaker’s work re-examines the variousrelationships to thephotographic image: asdocumentation of truth,purveyor of memory, andsymbol of modern culture.
  60. MARLO PASCUALhttp://www.caseykaplangallery.com/artists/marlo_pascual/01.html
  61. Valerie Green
  62. Students’ work
  63. Layered 3D image
  64. Layered 3D image
  65. 3D constructed landscape
  66. Low relief with button and knitting needle
  67. Manipulating colour
  68. Edward Steichen
  69. Steichen
  70. Craig McDean
  71. Student work
  72. Photoshop colour adjustment
  73. BOOK LIST• FACE The New Photographic Portrait – William A Ewing• BLINK 100 Photographers 10 curators 10 writers – Phaidon• The Art of Enhanced Photography – James Luciana and Judith Watts• Flora Photographica