Sorry to keep spamming you all with photos of old art but here are more. The lighting in all of these paintings is really beautiful and translates very interestingly into photographs.
They came from here: http://www.wicked-halo.com/2008/12/bringing-art-to-life-pt-ii-old-masters.html
Polaroid triptychs by Katja Sonnewend- trippy right?
multiple limbs seem to be her signature
some images inspired by Klimt. The artist who created these is Mariell Amelie. Her website is http://www.mariellamelie.com/
Nilsson is a photographer from the UK.
I am particularly enamored by these shots:
find him here : http://www.bertil.co.uk/
Garth mentioned John Pfahl the other day in 390. One of his pictures is up in our gallery right now. The rest of the show is pretty cool too so go see it soon.
This is the photo mentioned above (or one very similar):
Kimi Wylde is an artist who does paintings as well as photos. Check out her toilet series. Her other stuff is really interesting too
her website: www.kimiwylde.com
I’m interested to see solar plates in this book because I think of solar plates as more of a printmaking process than a photographic process. The printing part of this process is in no way photographic to me. The only part that I consider really photographic is the part where the plates are exposed to create the image. Bringing ink into the photo lab is going to be fun. Good tips as always.