90 pages of pure photographic bliss. "Pure" in that these photographs are all 100% unedited and 100% analogue. Tangible is a photo essay dedicated to the idea that creating a photograph with a physical negative allows for much more depth, emotion and involvement in creating nude and fashion art. Photographer Q. Oliver has spent the past several years meticulously creating the absolute finest authentic photographs with some of the most genuinely beautiful women in the midst of an age where everyone is airbrushed and "photo-shopped". This is a collection of art for anyone looking for a momentary visual escape in this all-instant, all-digital age.
Photographer is a man on a mission to change the way the world views fashion and nude photography. In a world where everything is instant and digital, he has established himself as an artist willing to slow down and enjoy the act of making photographs. Influenced by masters like Helmut Newton, Ellen Von Unwerth, and Annie Leibovitz; Mr. Oliver's photographs will certainly intrigue, shock, provoke, and inspire any and everyone who views them.
Tangible (small) Published August 03, 2013