Lance Lewin  

METAMORPH0SIS Study 1  by Lance Lewin

June 2022 - METAMORPH0SIS Study 1

About the Image(s)

Where emotional and visual experiences combine forming abstractions; constructs of cerebral metamorphosis.

Captured on Eastman Double-X/5222 Film Stock; Minolta XD-11 50mm Rokkor-X lens. From a scanned negative. (Post: excessive Dodge & Burn techniques).

Early morning fog blanketed the landscape; the prime feature in this recent nature composition. This avant-garde, in-camera Double Exposure, hopefully "pricks" deep contemplation. Enjoy.

8 comments posted

Ally Whiteneck   Ally Whiteneck
It is fascinating to view. It makes me think of a charcoal drawing and like the effect you have created.   Posted: 06/11/2022 08:32:31
Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Good day, Ally...yes, and funny, a recent exhibition had Charcoal landscapes and I immediacy thought of these series of shots. Another reason for my interest in the history of art; as inspiration for photographic narratives. Appreciate your positive comments.   Posted: 06/21/2022 06:37:40

Debasish Raha   Debasish Raha
Hi Lance, I like the abstractness and painting like appearance of the scene. The fog helped to create different shades of grey tone. I like the photo a lot   Posted: 06/18/2022 13:42:02
Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Hi Debasish....yes, "weather" is always a good friend to photographers! It really helped create the overall look or aesthetic in this sense. Thank you for your comments.   Posted: 06/21/2022 06:34:31

Mike Fernandez
Lance you are correct this is an image to immerse and appreciate its meaning and the description you gave..
  Posted: 06/21/2022 19:31:45
Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Thank you, Mike!!   Posted: 06/22/2022 15:06:53

Jon Porthouse   Jon Porthouse
I like this. It puts me in the mind of crawling out of a tent in the early morning and staring out over the ridges. Very peaceful.   Posted: 06/25/2022 15:38:10
Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Jon, that is very descriptive; after reading this, I now also smell the early morning air....which I did at the time of capture. Thank you for your thoughts.   Posted: 06/25/2022 19:58:28


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