Michal Giedrojc embodies surreal photography. A perfect technique serves to the construction of settings and a black and white world just in the border of the one which we usually see like ours. Common places, people and objects linked with our memories but the relationships between them in his photography develop a tiny chill across […]Read more "Inspiration: Michal Giedrojc"
DGTK’s works are a disturbing confrontation with fears and dreams, even the ones rooted in mythology. I don´t know much about her or him, I suppose is some kind of self referential exploration by a man, but is only my assumption. I love his work, his approach, his subjects and his superb technique. A lot […]Read more "Inspiration: DGTK"
The multi-disciplinary work of Michel Valentino encompasses Film, video, photography, installations and performances. He takes us into a strange and dark universe, full of references that painted his vision of today’s society he describes as materialistic and decadent world, permanent prey to propaganda and surveillance. Michel Valentino images exist in a theatre setting that is […]Read more "Inspiration: Michael Valentino"
Serge work is simply amazing, I love it so much. The tons, the selection of subjects, the overall tone of his work is really compelling for me. From the intricacy to the sublime minimal the common element is some kind of sadness, or maybe just melancholy like reading Dostoievski, or listening some tangos at the […]Read more "Inspiration: Serge a.k.a Jumpaper"
The best kind of teacher for me is the one who let you with hunger of learn, with the need to find out more of try by yourself to find new path ways (at least for you). That’s the kind of wonderful hunger Omaira Abadia let in my soul. I begun to read and search […]Read more "Lumen prints: My own discovery"
The next process we practice in class with teacher Omaira Abadia was the classical Salt Print Process also known as Calotype or Talbotype, using negatives made printing or photocopying over acetate, and objects to make photograms. We used this formulae for all the 12 in class you can make reductions according to your needs: For […]Read more "Salt prints: Images and description"
The first works with the teacher Omaira Abadia were acetone transfers. We printed and copied (using a toner photocopier ink jet printer and laser don’t work well in my experience) our digital photographs. Then transfered to black and white photographic paper using acetone or paint thinner (obviously not water or oil based paint). The transfer […]Read more "Acetone transfers: images and description"