Saturday, August 3, 2013

Kelsi Frost submits Ollipekka Kangas


Ollipekka Kangas is a photographer that works with ultra long exposures through homemade canister pinholes. He will set up a camera for months at a time. It is interesting to see how he is able to get the pinhole so small to be able to take such long exposures without the entire image being just completely obliterated with light. I enjoy the concept of documenting life through such a long time yet, it will never come out in the picture except for what is truly still. It makes me think back to the first photograph of a person and the only reason they came out was because they were still enough to get a shoe shine and they just happened to be captured.

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