Bolchevick Physics 7

Uploaded 25 Jul 2010
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© Enric Martinez
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UploadedJuly 25, 2010
TakenJuly 24, 2010
MakePentax Corporation
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm

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Q: Why are some of the contest photos obviously photoshopped?

A: Do you know?

This piece of iron would make a nice cover for a Soviet constructivist magazine from the 1920s.
These photos where taken with flash and correctly exposed, I did however exagerate the contrast and exposure in Lightroom to get a 'gravure' effect before appliying the split-tone. (nope, I profoundly disdain layering and the use of photoshop). I try to work in a way similar to what is/was usual in the chemical darkroom... maybe in a couple of months when we are installed in our new home and my darkroom is ready I will try something like that using caffenol.

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  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes said (2 Aug 2010):

    He he, against the approximately old concept of art, digital art, but what you don't realise is that you already mix visuals, lots of your shots are cinematic. I see this very often on this website. Even if we are not conscious of how our work appears in someone else opinion, we are affected by films, and we take shots from that perspective. In this case you have photograph in graphic style, now I can point my opinion about this series, is graphics, and as you said Russian Constructivism period, after the war, the mechanical era....


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