I joined this forum because it is now a huge database with very intereting discussions.
I think I can contribute which my chemistry background (but not as much as some impressive contributors here, including some who worked in Kodak !!)
I print my images for more than 6 years now.
Concerning my photographic style, I'm attracted by object photography, abstract or composed landscape..
I'm more into shaping my images, I'm frustrated when I'm stuck with reality.
You can have a glance her to a few of my photos but most are in paper and unscanned :(
my website : http://jkphoto.fr
and my flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/chimistedanslevent/
(currently I play a lot with photograms.. )
Well, in your "a terre" series you force the viewer to take a new perspective, interesting.
In a show, how would you hang them? that way on eyeheight, that way near the ground or Level near the ground?
Salut et bienvenue a bord!
Par pure curiosité, utilises tu tes compétences de chimiste pour ton loisir (préparation de développeurs maisons, procédés anciens...)?
Au plaisir de te lire sur ce site!
PS: Je viens de visiter ton site web, très beau travail photographique. Ça vaudrait peut être le coup de remplacer le drapeau anglais de la première page par quelque chose d'un peu plus discret, non?
Bon Soir, French Chemist,
Bienvenue d'Illinois sud-ouest, auprès de St. Louis, Missouri.
The "A terre" serie has been exposed hang on the wall.. The main point is to make it more easy for the watchers to catch the perspective..
Some are playing the game, some are bending to look at it and it's funny :)
I do not do a lot of alternative processes, only if I fits a goal..
Happy to see there are lot of french speaking people !
Bonjour et bienvenue French_chemist! I really enjoy your photos, especially the "A terre" and "Poches" series. Are you based in Strasbourg? I lived in Nancy for two years and thought that Strasbourg was a beautiful city. I like how you've shown it from a completely different perspective.
Hello and a warm welcome to APUG!