The Poetics of Reverie: Uta Barth
“We all expect photographs to be a picture of something. We assume that the photographer observed a place, a person, an event in the world, and wants to record it, point at it…The problem with my work is that these images are really not of anything in that sense, they register only that which is incidental and peripheral to the implied it.” –Uta Barth Like memories blurred around the edges, German-American photographer Uta Barth’s haunting, ethereal images capture not only fleeting moments…
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50 Amazing Examples of Knolling Photography
Knolling is a unique way of taking photos of similar objects in a cool manner. The actual definition of knolling is "the process of arranging like objects in