Saturday, July 27, 2013

Kelsi Frost submits Tim Franco


Tim Franco is a Shanghai based photographer that usually specialized in documentary and editorial photography but decided to branch out and try out pinhole.  While he does not have a full series of photographs, this one is intriguing because of the nature of the long exposures of pinholes and how he used it to his advantage. He states that he was wanting to experiment of printing time, which, if you know anything about record players and photography, know that he definitely succeeded. It asks the question of what song was playing; what was going on in the background that we can't see now because it is blurred out; why that particular record? This is a concept that could potentially be used by other people that relate to music in different ways and want to incorporate it into their photography.


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