How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source
Urs Fischer - Untitled (2011) - Paraffin wax mixture, pigment, steel and wicks
Swedish born Andreas Sjödin is one of the most influential Swedish photographers today. His elegant images of fashion, beauty and portraits always has a strong visual style, sophistication, energy and wit. Andreas Sjödin lives between Stockholm and New York and is represented by Jed Root.
Lisa Oppenheim - Lunagrams, 2010
In Lunagrams (1851/2010), a series of photograms, negatives depicting a lunar phase from 1851 are illuminated by moonlight of the same lunar phase in 2010, providing a translation of images of the past into the present. The source images are glass negatives taken by John William Draper, who was the first to photograph the moon. Photography as well as celestial bodies, such as the moon, can be seen as generic markers of the passing of time. The process of making these images is bringing to life which would otherwise be hidden away under a layer of dust in a library or archive - illuminating the past through the light of the present. [klosterfelde]
long time ago max came for test shoot.
Average Me, One Year
A year ago I made a little Processing script to average sets of photos (posts one, two, and three), and a few weeks before that I started a photo-a-day project, where I was careful to get as close to the same angle as possible. It didn’t take much thought to combine those two projects. Anyway, this is the result averaging a year of self portraits.
I’ve got a few more ideas for things to give the ol’ averaging treatment to, so we’ll see where this projects picks up a bit later down the line.
I am still keeping with the photo-a-day project, so maybe next year (same Bat-time same Bat-channel) we’ll get to see year one vs year two comparison and a two year average.
it’s really soothing somehow.
It’s really annoying when you go to take a self portrait and your camera remote is dead.