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Tupi Guy

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Thanks for sharing :)

It very interesting concept
 

aeskywan

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I think he placed it on a really long exposure.
 

~Arcanic~

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his control of exposure is impressive... long exposure without blowing out the highlights..
 

zhangyb

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niceee i particularly like the venice shots along the narrow canals
 

aeskywan

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The ones in the city, especially those near the railing look like something that came out from silent hill.....creepy
 

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Any explanation on how it was achieved?
Look at the date and they will tell you ....this is all film work heh.. long exposure and multi exposure techniques, use of heavy neutral density filters and some dark room work to dodge and burn the final prints. Very beautiful work this person does.....
 

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I agree. :)

Thanks, sammy888.
I read abit more about his work....he sells them more as an artist as he is represented at a gallery. I also read he does quite alot of the processing in his dark room too. And get this....all done with Hassy medium format on super fine grain b/w film heheheh....
 

Pablo

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Thank you for sharing :thumbsup:

Very impressive work there.

It is a delight and a treat to be directed to sites such as this.

I take my hat off to all that find and direct us to such talented people.

Please feed us more :)

Thanks again
 

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