The Killing Jar Photography by Michael C. Mendez | Saatchi Art
Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the photograph, "The Killing Jar," by Michael C. Mendez. Original Photography: Photogram on N/A. Size is 0 H x 0 W x 0 in.
Computer Lays the Prettiest Brick Walls Since Eladio Dieste
One of the oldest green building materials known to humankind, bricks have great thermal mass and last almost forever. But laying them takes skill, and complex forms and shapes are hard to design and build.
Obscure Portrait Photography by Angélica García
Obscure Photo Manipulations. Angélica García is a photographer and artist from Venezuela. This experimental photo series by Angélica García includes
Lomography - Cameraless Photography: How to Create Chemigrams
Discover a whole new world of photographic possibilities and learn how to create positive and negative photographic images without a camera! All you need is light sensitive paper and developer, stop and fixer. Intrigued? Read on to find out more!
Black and white darkroom print. Thin lime slice squashed between perspex and put into enlarger to project light through....
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Stephen Gill research
Stephen Gill was born in 1971 and was introduced to photography at an early age by his farther. His projects show consistency in each picture so that we can work out the connection between the photos in the project and then put them together. His work is also very subtle. One of his projects was called Outside In. In this project he used a box camera. He would then find something small and put the things inside his camera. He would then take a photo of the things inside his camera and…
Just a snapshot of my photography sketchbook showing my thought progression and analysis of individual photos i had taken following the theme of Personal Projection. Each photo was taken on 35mm film in black and white and developed using dark room techniques.