segunda-feira, abril 30, 2007

domingo, abril 29, 2007

sábado, abril 28, 2007

Fotografia: Ansen Seale


Insectinsight (detail)

Uncertainty

Spurs (abstract)

"In 1996, Seale invented a digital panoramic camera. This new camera captures a vertical slit of the scene over and over in rapid succession, in effect, swapping the horizontal dimension of the photo for the dimension of time.

Instead of mirroring the world as we know it, this camera records a hidden reality. The apparent distortions  in the images all happen in-camera as the image is being recorded. There are no Photoshop manipulations in these photos.

His photographs have been exhibited in museums and galleries and have been collected by corporations, institutions and private collectors."

(daqui)

Ansen Seale

sexta-feira, abril 27, 2007

Fotografia: Carlos Tarrats


Untilted 13

Untilted 8

Untilted 7

"Process Statement

Each image is constructed in camera on set and printed from a scanned negative. There is very little digital influence. For the most part, what you see is what is on the negative."

Carlos Tarrats

Fotografia: Kim Keever


Palm 62

Winter 18

All to Ever

"He creates his panoramic universes and controls their fictitious environments by constructing miniature topographies out of materials such as plaster and reflective Mylar in a 100-gallon aquarium, which is then filled with water. The desolate dream-like dioramas are brought to life with colored lights and the dispersal of pigment, producing ephemeral atmospheres that he must quickly capture with his large-format camera."

(texto da Galeria Kinz, Tillou + Feigen)

Kim Keever

terça-feira, abril 24, 2007

domingo, abril 22, 2007

Fotografia: Eliot Porter


Blue-throated Hummingbird, Southwestern Research Station, Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, May 1959

Northern Parula Warbler, Male, Flying, Great Spruce Head Island, Maine, June 22, 1968

Winter Wren, Great Spruce Head Island, Maine, July 18, 1969

Blue-throated Hummingbird, Southwestern Research Station, Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, May 1959

Eliot Porter

sábado, abril 21, 2007