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The concept of a photograph capturing a moment has existed ever since shutter speeds dropped below a second in the early 20th century. A photograph has long been treated an artifact to the state of a space and its inhabitants within a singular instant. Eastman Kodak ran their most successful advertising campaign based on the “Kodak Moment”. “TIME” challenges the role of the image representing only a singular state of a space. Using digital compositing techniques, images are constructed with photographs taken over varying light, weather, and seasonal conditions to represent space under an extended context.


About the Author

Chris Ebeling
ccebeling Bozeman, MT

Chris Ebeling is a photography student at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Originally from Salem, Oregon he has specialized in outdoor sports photography since early high school. He is a proponent of new avenues of digital manipulation as alternative process. His recent work employs digital compositing and multiple Imaging Techniques.

Publish Date  April 23, 2009

Dimensions  Large Format Landscape  34 pgs   Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Fine Art Photography

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