Monday, April 21, 2014
Cynthia Greig’s Clever Images
Photographers spend a lot of their time working to represent three dimensional objects in a two dimensional medium.By William Sawalich Published in Blog
Photographers spend a lot of their time working to represent three dimensional objects in a two dimensional medium. But not Cynthia Greig. She paints her subjects white, then outlines them with black charcoal to make them appear as if they are two dimensional drawings, then she photographs them. The effect is amazing, and the concept is a brilliant play on what makes photography special. I love work like this, when it's about photography as much as it's about the subject itself. Check out this fun project at the Feature Shoot blog.
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