Dan Mountford is one of my favorite new finds. Mountfords work is mostly made up of double exposure that is all done in camera, without the use of photo shop.
Due to the technical skills, and the flawlessness of his prints, he seems to have worked the technique that he uses down to a science.
His prints are clean, and well thought out. They really take advantage of positive and negative space, not only as the finished product but as well as the process. In order for these images to work the way they do I feel Mountford has to put in an incredible amount of work, and thought process.
Mountford’s mages are excellent examples of double exposure, and the otherworldly project that we are currently working on. These images really helped me to think about how two images relate to one another, what those two images together say as a whole, and what that says about the image conceptually.