We look at the world with borrowed light, and the photographer borrows light to make an image. Photographer Mark C. Christianson uses this borrowed light to explore the world around us, and uses it as a way to see past the ignorable ordinary into the beautiful and interesting.
In this collection of photographs from 2008–2010, Mark explores the world through the play of light and color: bold colors that enliven a photograph, subtle changes of shade, or even the absence of color. Light and color may in turn reveal the form of an object, delight in its shape, or expose its textures.
These varied photographs are a feast to the eyes and a window into the beauty of our world.
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Mark C. Christianson has enjoyed photography ever since he grew up in southwestern Minnesota. While in middle school his grandmother lent him an SLR she no longer used, and he’s been looking at the world through camera lenses ever since, especially when traveling. A graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, Mark currently resides in Minneapolis.
Bad Wimpfen (paper) Published January 29, 2012
Bad Wimpfen (paper, original) Published December 15, 2011
Bad Wimpfen (hardcover) Published December 15, 2011
Borrowed Light (paper) Published June 05, 2011
Borrowed Light (compact edition) Published June 05, 2011