Monthly Archives: January 2012

Dust by Olivier Valescchi

This is one of the photos retrieved from Olivier Valiescchi’s series called “Dust”. What is impressive about it is the way the dust is captured around the body’s shape and the contrast between the black backdrop and the pale tone … Continue reading

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Through the glass

This photograph attracted me through the juxtapositioning of the broken glass and the¬†peacefulness of the model’s facial expression. The breakage of the glass looks like frame within a frame. However, the fact that the hole is not perfectly positioned in … Continue reading

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Hands

This abstract is successful due the unusual angle. The detailing of the skin and the lighting creates a beautiful image of a very common view. Furthermore the positioning of the hands drags the attention to the light by fading out … Continue reading

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Painting with light

This is a technique I am planning to use in my Distorted Photography project. I like the fact that the photograph contains not only static objects but also has artificially created spirals of light. Furthermore, the idea of using metal … Continue reading

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Creative photography

This photograph is not only perfectly framed but also has meaning. The fact that the model is wearing a “wall-street” suit and is standing on a pile of newspapers is the embodiment of the industrialised society that is manipulated by … Continue reading

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Anka Zhuravleva

This is a photo retrieved from Zhuravleva’s series of distorted gravity. The unusual positions of her models suggests the feeling of floatation they get when being absorbed by certain actions. In this case the model is reading a book and … Continue reading

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Romantically distorted close-up

This image is like a glance of a glossy magazine advert. The bright make-up that we are used to see perfectly exposed in make-up¬†advertisements is here smudged and altered. This difference adds a dramatical element to the photograph and therefore … Continue reading

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Distorted gravitation

This photograph is clearly digitally manipulated however still keeps a photographic look. The idea I see behind this image is how every person gets isolated sometimes in order to find peace in an “upside down” world. However, this photo could … Continue reading

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Andre Kertesz

Andre Kertesz is a Hungarian-born photographer that is best known for his photography distortion and having a unique approach to the use of camera. I specifically selected his work as the basis of my on-going project: Distorted photography, because he … Continue reading

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My work.

Here are three of the photos from my series of gipsy inspiration. These photographs are pointing out two of the most important photography elements, detail and timing. Detail refers to the colour range that relates to the gipsy spirit that … Continue reading

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