Photography: Art

Holga

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But for the street, I don’t shoot (2D) photos or paintings: that is usually a form of theft. Contrarily, (3D) sculpture is intended for the role.

Street
The exception, destined for erasure, street art is only saved: “Photography deals with that which is always disappearing.”—(I forgot who, please help.)
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Sculpture Abstract
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Sculpture Anima
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Sculpture – Patrick Amiott
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Critters
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These occasionally beautiful patterns are all infra-red video artifacts usually of insects; while the orbs often result from cobwebs. Vivid white comes from the heat of direct contact for example, of a spider leg, on the lens.

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