Saturday, August 10, 2013

Kelsi Frost submits Diana Bloomfield


Diana Bloomfield is a recognized and known photographer, especially for her pinhole images and antiquarian processing. This particular of the the two girls is just so intriguing to me because of the movement within. The girls were obviously moving while the exposure was taking place, but only just enough to make their outlines blurry. The rings within the foreground and background are really interesting because I can not make out what they are of but can see just a hint of what it could be. The girls arms also connect right at the same point of the first set of rings in the background and gives just enough tension to make the image a bit more conversational.

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