In his series 'tautochronos', Berlin-based artist and photographer Michel Lamoller takes multiple pictures of the same scene at different times, before physically combining the prints and using a scalpel to cut through the layers. In doing so, Lamoller's 'layerscapes' offer a vision of time and space that would be impossible in a conventional single exposure. His work is hard to describe in words - click through to read our Q&A and take a look at his work.
Articles tagged "portfolio"
Jun 21, 2013 at 23:43
We review Eyeist, a relatively new online service for curating photographic collections for use in portfolios, galleries, books, and web sites.
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:31
New York-based photographer Matt Coch shoots and shares his own brand of NYC street photography every single day. We caught up with him recently to take a look at his work.
Dec 4, 2011 at 21:09
Photographers can have lots of different kinds of portfolios. With the advent of Apple's iPad, we can now have app portfolios. This article discusses how to make your very own app portfolio, to advertise your business, garner revenue from app purchasers, or simply show off your photography.
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