Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Tillman Crane is a photographer who uses 5x7, 8x10, and pinhole cameras in his work. He mainly just documents places and objects but the way he does it is intriguing. The photographs above are from his "Olson House" portfolio. With this project Crane simply photographed the empty house and the few objects that were left inside. Normally this type of photography could get a little boring, but I think that the way Crane composes his images creates interesting photographs. Crane places everyday objects in the beautiful lighting that naturally occurs in the house. These items are transformed into important objects that create a kind of narrative in his work.

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