Hours of Idleness-A Photographer's Journey in St. Louis

Fun Techniques

Posted in photography, technique by Jason Gray on June 26, 2010

“The salvation of photography comes from the experiment. The experimenter has no preconceived idea about photography. He does not believe that photography is only as it is known today, the exact repetition and rendering of customary vision.” -Laszlo Moholy-Nagy

1. Using a Plastic Cup

2. Through the Looking Glass

3. Taking the Lens Off of Your Camera

4. Painting with Light

“It might be said that the subject of[Harry] Callahan’s photography is photography, and that his world exists essentially as a formal problem. To which, one should add this: it is the artist’s faith that discoveries made on such specialized journeys of exploration are somehow consonant with the hidden structures of larger designs.” -John Szarkowski

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