WARNING — GRAPHIC CONTENT.
A project featuring a slaughterhouse that has a collection to the extent of what you might expect: action-packed, gruesome, but not to the point of being distasteful..
I guess the moral of the story is that taking on a project that may push your comfort zone can ultimately result in success and a potential ongoing project.
Or in this case: …MORE BLOOD!!
At first glance, I thought this was just a lot of darkroom manipulation…
Could serve as inspiration for some experimental prints!!
Portfolio— http://www.carstenwitte.com/ (solarization works are ON POINT!!)
Aside from this being a pretty sweet collection from a person with a great understanding of light, this site of the photography of Anna Huix is a really great example of efficiency in an online identity.
Throughout the site you’ll find some professionally commissioned projects with a good balance of other personal projects. Extremely clean presentation all around..
Jack Brauer has amassed a pretty impressive landscape portfolio! Throughout his collection, there are quite a few photo shoots that show the true value of shooting the same subject at different times of day/evening.
These works by Neil Craver are a beautiful study of the human form underwater. I know a certain person in 290 looking to accomplish a similar feat for our upcoming deadline.. Good luck all
I think it’s pretty sweet that we’re constantly producing tears. It makes sense, but I never thought too hard on it before… After learning the basic parts of an SLR camera, the way light is handled by our eyes is a bit easier to grasp.
I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that the orientation of a camera will actually reorder information.
Personal Horizon lines are ridiculous, Camera obscuras and Pinhole cams are dope and YAY for Objective Distortion!