Jonas Hassen Khemiri's open letter to the Swedish Minister of Justice against racial profiling is one of the most powerful texts I have read in some time.
My arty-farty photography didn't end when I left art college but that was something of a glorious period of experimentation.
And it's not that I have got stuck into the business of being a professional and forgotten how to have fun with my camera. No, it's more a case of feeling when the right moment, the right collaborator is at hand to make doing something 'arty' make more sense. Not that art needs to make sense, particularly. But MY art needs to make sense to ME :-)
This is from the same shoot with Mini Miu as the nude/double-exposure diptych I posted earlier. You can see that shot here:
Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 Ai
One frame, double-exposed in-camera and then mirrored and flipped and mated to itself in Photoshop.
Nik Colour Efex Pro3 'cross processing' filter.
Alien Skin Polaroid filter
Shake, bake... export to JPEG.
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