fake or mistake
a journey of evidences
by Frédéric Biver
About the Book
“fake or mistake” is a photographic journey drawn from a very broad range of captures.
The intuitive approach between pictured content and graphical attributes leads to cross dependencies, visual analogies, story telling combinations and overlapping transparencies.
In other words, so-called fakes or mistakes in the resulting perception of dual picture combinations.
Based on an ongoing process of playful research, this book summarises a range of momentary conclusions in graphical photography.
specs: 200 pages / 30cm x 30cm / hard cover w. dust jacket
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Publish Date Jan 10, 2012
- Tags photographic journey, grahical attributes, street art, photographic combination, architecture, tranparency, graphic, iphonograhy, fake, mistake, texture, light, travel, cities, perspectives, analogies, overlapping, design, content, contrast, reflection, concept, diagrammes, research, experimental, author, biver
Focus and media: 1993 analog black and white photography 2000 digital colour photography 2009 iphonography Main focus on: architecture photography graphical photography experimental photography in textures, colour, content, graphical tranparency and story telling combinations. Published "fake and mistake" 2011 as a summary of momentary conclusions in ludic research domain. ebook in 2014 Thanks for your interest. Feed back and contact: firstname.lastname@example.org