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Daniel Mountford's Double Exposures Are Created In Camera All images by Daniel Mountford. Used with permission. Photographer Daniel Mountford is a creative designer who has an incredible Behance profile as well as some of the more interesting double exposures that you’ll probably see. Dan does his work all in-camera with little bits of post-production to give a filter effect. His creative vision for his double exposures is one that stems from combining emotions with memories connected to specific people in his life. Phoblographer: Talk to us about how you got into photography. Dan: Whilst studying Graphic Design at college, I took a darkroom techniques evening class and my interest in photography started there. Phoblographer: What inspired you to want to create double exposure portraits? Dan: I was really inspired by more abstract photography than conventional. Phoblographer: One of the toughest parts of creating a double exposure portrait is having the effective creative vision for it. Like what you read?
Misha Gordin Photography Misha Gordin est un photographe vivant aux USA qui, malgré les avancées technologiques, continue de travailler avec un appareil photo argentique. Explorant la place et la nature de l’Homme à travers des clichés visuellement impressionnants, découvrez ses superbes créations sans manipulation numérique dans la suite. Chantal Anderson Jenna Yankun. February 2014. Brooklyn, New York. Collaboration with Andrea Bergart. 2 weeks ago17 notes happy friday, you guys. 1 month ago13 notes eliz: Chantal Anderson in her new placeAngelino Heights, Los AngelesMarch 2014 eliz took my photo at a little housewarming party the other night. 2 months ago383 notes(via eliz) A couple stills from moving day. Here are a couple things I’m gonna miss most about Portland:-Kombucha on tap (all day, everyday)-Good bar food (bacon)-Candyland colored houses (see #candylandhousesofpdx) -OREGON (the most incredibly diverse and amazing state)-Riding my bike to the bluffs at sunset and drinking wine wrapped up in paper bags-Sauvie Island picnics-Swimming holes-FOOD Here’s a list of my go to spots for food in pdx: BreakfastSweedeedeeBroderP’s and Q’sTasty N’ AlderRoost LunchCanteenPrasadEl GuerroWolf and BearsPor Que No? DinnerThe Woodsmen TavernLuceKen’s Artison PizzaPortobello Vegan Trattoria Pok Pok NoiNavarre 2 months ago20 notes
Melinda Smith Photography Maciej Dakowicz - photographer THÉO GOSSELIN Black & White Photography by Alba Morassutti La photographe italienne Alba Morassutti livre de belles photos en noir & blanc avec ses séries « R.E.M. ». Les photos jouent avec le grain, les contrastes et la texture afin que les clichés paraissent avoir parcouru le temps. Une sélection de ses deux séries est à découvrir dans la suite de l’article.
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