FANTASTIC LENSE : a photographic exhibition of the medium of film and its ability to produce unforeseen images. Mistakes such as film fogging, color shifts from expired film stock, unplanned double exposures and other darkroom effects create mystery in an image. The darkroom experience can be described as formative experimenting; getting lost in the process of image making, challenging the various manipulation techniques used with the materials found in the darkness. There’s a power of analog media that digital does not possess. The accidental light leaks- where color bleeds into the image, or the speckled dust that may enhance the magic to a snowy landscape, or even the film grain.    As an example the large Aspen work Remington calls a “postcard of the surreal”--surreal here meaning a dreamlike place- with unexpected juxtapositions and surprises.  Here two real images of Aspen trees combine to make a new reality—“real” because photography is still thought of as the “most real” medium.  Photo lends itself well to what Remington calls: "riffing on reality."
       
     
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COLOR PRINT Sage.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT amaya 2.jpg
       
     
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COLOR PRINT MOM copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT Sage double.jpg
       
     
BW 16x24 aspen 4th hair copy.jpg
       
     
BW 16x24 cotton candy girl copy.jpg
       
     
       
     
   FANTASTIC LENSE : a photographic exhibition of the medium of film and its ability to produce unforeseen images. Mistakes such as film fogging, color shifts from expired film stock, unplanned double exposures and other darkroom effects create mystery in an image. The darkroom experience can be described as formative experimenting; getting lost in the process of image making, challenging the various manipulation techniques used with the materials found in the darkness. There’s a power of analog media that digital does not possess. The accidental light leaks- where color bleeds into the image, or the speckled dust that may enhance the magic to a snowy landscape, or even the film grain.    As an example the large Aspen work Remington calls a “postcard of the surreal”--surreal here meaning a dreamlike place- with unexpected juxtapositions and surprises.  Here two real images of Aspen trees combine to make a new reality—“real” because photography is still thought of as the “most real” medium.  Photo lends itself well to what Remington calls: "riffing on reality."
       
     

FANTASTIC LENSE: a photographic exhibition of the medium of film and its ability to produce unforeseen images. Mistakes such as film fogging, color shifts from expired film stock, unplanned double exposures and other darkroom effects create mystery in an image. The darkroom experience can be described as formative experimenting; getting lost in the process of image making, challenging the various manipulation techniques used with the materials found in the darkness. There’s a power of analog media that digital does not possess. The accidental light leaks- where color bleeds into the image, or the speckled dust that may enhance the magic to a snowy landscape, or even the film grain.

As an example the large Aspen work Remington calls a “postcard of the surreal”--surreal here meaning a dreamlike place- with unexpected juxtapositions and surprises.  Here two real images of Aspen trees combine to make a new reality—“real” because photography is still thought of as the “most real” medium.  Photo lends itself well to what Remington calls: "riffing on reality."

IMG_0645.JPG
       
     
COLOR PRINT 48x46 aspen tree copy.jpg
       
     
PRINT new 60x60 aspen tree.jpg
       
     
BW 11.5 x36 PRINT boy and dog copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR 24x34.5 new meat copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT 24x36  Cow.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT two guys  copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR 16x24 PRINT vietnam woman copy.jpg
       
     
BW 16x24 girl PRINT father.jpg
       
     
BW PRINTdino baloons.jpg
       
     
COLOR 13.25x20 PRINT Cammie.jpg
       
     
BW PRINT Leopard 24x36.jpg
       
     
BW 24x24 PRINT connor 1.jpg
       
     
BW 24x 24 PRINTconnor2 copy.jpg
       
     
BW PRINT 10.5 x 16 lens flare.jpg
       
     
BW 20x20 PRINT musicians.jpg
       
     
COLOR 16x24 beau closet.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT New York Child.jpg
       
     
BW 20x30 snl mr bill copy.jpg
       
     
BW 20x30 snl girls.jpg
       
     
BW 20x30 snl wine.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT Sage.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT amaya 2.jpg
       
     
R 30 x  chicago bean copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR 20x20 salton sea color.jpg
       
     
BW 13.25x20 salton sea tire.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT MOM copy.jpg
       
     
COLOR PRINT Sage double.jpg
       
     
BW 16x24 aspen 4th hair copy.jpg
       
     
BW 16x24 cotton candy girl copy.jpg