Klecksography, inkblots inspired photography

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 in Experimental, Multiexposure | No Comments

Finally back after vacation and working on new material for the blog.

I start with a process exercise on a new project.
autumn trees abstract image
Autumn trees
This weekend I will be part of a joint exhibition at the Spegla Photo Event in Norrköping Sweden. The premise for the exhibition is Work In Progress.

I have had an idea to make photographs inspired by inkblots. Just started the project a few weeks ago and this is one of the first images I took. The images are made with double exposure, turning the camera upside down on the second exposure to get the feel of a folded paper and to give a symmetric repetition.

This time I use a Nikon camera and it is the first time in many years I have used a 135mm camera to make multiple exposure images.

Most of the pictures in this week’s blog will be work images and not completely processed. Just to show the process and progress of the project.

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