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Greylock #5

Posted by
David (place to place, United States) on 6 April 2016 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

This might be my favorite iteration of this series since it achieves that cursive, calligraphic, graffiti-like feel that I've talked about before. There's something simultaneously free yet disciplined, organic yet intentional, impulsive yet elegant about these penmanship oriented traditions and related artworks. And there's an inky quality to these marks here. But's an areal sort of ink -- an ink that floats in the air and casts shadows on the mists.

SONY DSC-P200 4/1 second F/7.1 ISO 400 13 mm

The acronym, P.E.P.P.E.R., stands for " stands for "purely experimental photography produces exciting results." I combine seemingly random exposure techniques with obscure or mundane subject matters. When all is finished, a surprise emerges. The mundane, micro, and meaningless is revealed beautiful, grand, and purposeful. Nothing is meaningless. The experiment works.

I use 100% in-the-camera photo techniques, with the exception of very sparse editing, mostly of color-inversion.

Shop for prints of my photography at P.E.P.P.E.R. on Fine Art America

See more of my artwork at http://www.dcondry.com

4/1 second
ISO 400
13 mm