It's my plunge into contemporary art photography. Taking ordinary photos and literally distorting them.
The first photo is "Begonia in Vase". Even without bending the pixels it is a wonderful still life.
The second photo is of a mural in downtown Vancouver, Washington of a Russian Aviator who visited in 1937 and made a gesture for peace between his country and the USA.
The third is a flower in my yard and the fourth is a vintage Porsche.
The final, is photographing looking up a wall in the Vancouver Library.
(After reviewing the photos, please check out the bottom of the page for suggestions on further reading about Contemporary Photography)
|Contemporary Art Photography|
1) Auto Focus: The Self-Portrait in Contemporary Photography
2) Art Photography Now (Second Edition)
3) Photography After Conceptual Art
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