As most of you who follow the work of Mzungu can tell, this Collection is very, very different from his typical work. First, the work is abstract! Although Mzungu’s images are far from documentary, leaping into the realm of pure abstraction is a big leap for him. Secondly, the work is Color! Black & White is Mzungu’s personal preference. Although he is a master of color photography, color has almost always been the medium for his commercial assignments. This Collection: No Photoshop! What you see is what was there … in the outback. Mzungu swears that these are the real colors – no manipulation, and no manipulation of shapes, patterns or textures. Mzungu likes to say “Never let the camera have the last word”, but in this Collection, it is what it is. This is the real deal.
The Herring Spawn of 2011 Vancouver Island, BC, Canada A Photo Essay by Roger "Mzungu" Moore Published August 24, 2011
The Arab, The Texan & The Berber Published May 09, 2009
Morocco: A Photographic Sojourn Published April 23, 2009
The Great Migration Published November 08, 2008
The Unknown Russia Published October 06, 2008
A Certain Feeling Published October 02, 2008
JetteBook Published September 30, 2008
Critters 1 Published September 19, 2008
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