Friday, November 21, 2008

Alan Jaras Photography - A Bridge Between Art & Science

Taken directly form his flickr page:

"Using traditional photographic techniques and pieces of complex shaped glass and plastics I project these patterns directly on to colour film. The resulting images and photographs that you see are purely analogue and are not computer generated, but a true representation of the patterns formed by the light beam after its complex journey through the refractive objects I create. These are analogue images of the refraction patterns of a beam of light passing through various transparent objects. The image is captured directly on to 35mm film, no camera lens is used, the transparent object replaces the lens. Colour is introduced by placing specially prepared coloured filters directly in the light beam."

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