Thursday, August 5, 2010

Andrew Stansbury submits Jean-Luc Mylayne

Lush color. A part of me could care less of Jean-Luc Mylayne's subject matter (see landscapes and birds), but its production of these rich, smooth colors that make my eyes melt in satisfaction. I do have respect for him having the nerve to document individual birds daily routines (N* 433 is particularly charming), but it's when his photographs become less about the birds but more about the composition of the scene does he work really make me intrigued. There's this one, simply titled PO-14 where the bird starts to become surreal in its stillness, surrounded by the harsh noise of its grassy background.

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