7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On 'Monsters,' His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On 'Monsters,' His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

Osaka, Japan-based Nobuhiro Nakanishi’s mesmerizing body of work entitled Layered Drawings is truly breathtaking. He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame, and once layered, they become sculpture installations. The overall effect shows movement and the subtle passage of time.

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Layer Drawings by Nobuhiro Nakanishi Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi photographs a scene repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each.

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I made this pinhole photograph in Pittsburgh, PA in the middle with a homemade cm. 120 extreme wide angle pinhole camera and Kodak Tri-x 120 B&W film.

On January 1, 2011, Michael Chrisman set up a pinhole camera, outside, so it pointed at the Toronto skyline. We all know that pinhole cameras typically have a long exposure time, but this was an exposure that lasted 365 days.

This 365 Day Exposure Photo Looks Like A Time-Lapse Painting

On January Michael Chrisman set up a pinhole camera, outside, so it pointed at the Toronto skyline. We all know that pinhole cameras typically have a long exposure time, but this was an exposure that lasted 365 days

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I chose this pinhole picture because of how interesting the angle is. I had to take a second look at the picture in order to completely under stand what the bottom half was.

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