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Creative Review - Miniature landscapes & printing with 400,000 volts

Students Luke Evans and Josh Lake swallowed film squares and then left their bodies to do the rest for their series Inside Out. This epic adventure caused marks to be made on the film which was then retrieved and scanned using an electron microscope.

In her photography series Daré alla Lucé, Canadian artist Amy Friend allows new light to pass through found vintage images by altering the surface with tiny pinholes.

In her photography series Daré alla Lucé, Canadian artist Amy Friend allows new light to pass through found vintage images by altering the surface with tiny pinholes (plentyofcolour)

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One of the best ways to capture a memory is to photograph it. The quickest way to lose yourself in a happy memory is by reflecting on a picture or an album. Here are 5 tips to …

Take your camera for a walk!!!

Pinhole camera images turn out in white and black on light sensitive paper, once scanned onto a computer they can be averted and then they will look like the image above.

Boulders and Tree, Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California 1983 John Sexton

Watch a documentary on John Sexton here. Find 17 Quotes By John Sexton here. Read an interview with John Sexton here.

In knowing her family was selling the farm on which she spent her childhood, Odette England sent them negatives of the farm and had them attach them to their shoes and walk the property, etching the marks of the land onto her photographs.

Odette England grew up on a dairy stud farm in South Australia. When she was falling milk prices and rising maintenance costs forced her parents to sell the farm.

Chemigram-Example

Norman Sarachek’s Chemigrams

Dark room print created by placing a sample of my blood onto a microscope slide and placing it into the enlarger.

Dark room print created by placing a sample of my blood onto a microscope slide and placing it into the enlarger.

Dark room print created by placing cotton wool in the enlarger.

Dark room print created by placing cotton wool in the enlarger.

László Moholy-Nagy’s Photogram, 1928

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Really interesting piece by Laszlo Moholy-Nagi. Looks like early photographic manipulation. Eerie to look at, but fascinating, all the same.

Lloyd Godman index photograms

Lloyd Godman index photograms

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