Tuesday, 6 January 2009

I have found an amazing photographer on the Internet. It has nothing to do with my work at the moment but I thought his use of colour makes a great impact. I love the contrasting colours that give the house an isolated feel against the vast sky. The photography is by Troy Paiva. The photography is always taken at night, which allows him to find these barren objects. He plays with the "painting with light technique." Troy uses techniques such as over exposure times, flash, natural light and coloured gelatin. So far these two photos are my favourite because of the use of light and dark with the colour. The light and dark tones create a feeling of space.

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