It’s been too long since I’ve posted last, but I have new work to show for it! My photographs have recent taken an interesting turn toward a darker pallet, along with an intensification of the surface textures. Continue reading
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I love how the metal distortion, the light and shadows combine to create this image. It looks as if Z has removed her mask only to reveal, nothing? That’s the danger of masks. They hide and protect us. They feel like armor. But worn too long and the self atrophies, like a limb held in a cast. The thing that was supposed to support becomes a tool of waste. Sometimes it’s good to pull the mask off, to let in light and fresh air. Even if it risks being exposed.
Lucas James is a fine art photographer based in Manchester, NH. Anisotropic Images Photography.
My creative process is an exploratory (and often random) one. It’s through the creation of the mirrors from sheets of metal and the subsequent photography that an image- an idea- reveals itself. I find rather than plan.
It had been a long day, one neither of them wanted to end. Light had faded to night hours ago and dawn threatened to come all to soon and with the dawn, she had to leave. They had savored every moment, trying to hold something of each other- some sight, some smell, some taste-that would last beyond their parting. In the darkness they promised each other they would stay in touch, but both knew things would never be the same. They would never be the same person who laid there that evening. Not even when the dawn came. Continue reading »
I’ve been exploring the use of color in the metal mirror art nudes.
Sometimes subtle. Sometimes brash. Color has been bringing something new to the work.
How do I show you a memory?
We could hear the storm rolling up the valley, slowly rumbling in its ascent of our ridge line. Continue reading »
The subtitle to this post should be “why I never delete images”. I was browsing through my catalog of past work when I came upon this image. More after the jump.
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