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Unique Photographer: Jim Kazanjian

The photographer says: "I am interested in a kind of ‘entropic’ image”an image that has the capacity to de-familiarize itself. My current work is an attempt to unravel the photograph and play with established notions of time and space, notwithstanding our understanding of what gives things context. Through fragmentation and re-composition of the photographic space, the non-linear nature of reading the image is folded in on itself. The structure of the photograph is unwound and reshuffled. This reshaping is an iterative process that spurs a generation of something altogether different; something ineffable." Via: artistaday.com

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

So many unanswered questions.... Amazing!!

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

A DUE COLORI

‘A due colori’ Seveso experiments with high-speed photography while trying to find a new way to make something beautiful using ink and water. WHOAAAAAAAA

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Beautiful

Contributed by Tori Grass

This is actually a PHOTOGRAPH!!

Basically what you're seeing behind the trees isn't the sky..... it's a sand dune (the white blotches are patches of white grass). The colors look off because the photo was taken at dawn, so the orange dune itself was bathed in light, while the foreground was still in shadow...... (that's why the white clay of the foreground winds up looking blue, and the trees look like terrifying silhouettes).

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Precision

Wow! Athletic Skills! Hand-Eye Coordination Skills! Don't forget how Quiet and Quick he must be!!

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Blast from the Past

This is a picture of the Eiffel Tower in 1940 superimposed in a 2004 picture.

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Take a Picture.. of a Picture.. from the Past...in the Present

Wow... how much memories are brought back to life with a simple picture

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Human Tree!! COOL!

Contributed by Fatima Chaudhry

This City Is In Ashes

City of ASHES

Contributed by Fatima Chaudhry