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

Heavy Metal!!

Posted in 35mm, art, black and white, film, perception, photography, zoo by Jason Gray on May 6, 2011

Well, maybe not quite, but I did use copper to tone these. This is a short series (meaning these may be it; let me know what you think) in which I attempted to reduce real birds to 2D “cutouts”. I have been playing with the illusion of the real lately, in my photography, and I think that these are a good example of that.

“In painting, the curve is a hill; in photography, the hill is a curve.” -Arnaud Claass

All Nikon N80 with Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D lens and Kodak T-Max 3200 BW film.

More after the jump–>

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  1. […] How about some more? […]

  2. […] am experimenting with trying to get a look that is close to the film series that I posted several weeks ago using digital equipment. The film prints were all hand-toned to get […]


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