Saturday, December 29, 2007

Still Life

by Martin Klimas.

"I drop the figurine from the same height in complete darkness while the lens of the camera is open. When the figurine hits the ground, the sound triggers the lights to go off for a fraction of a second. I do this procedure many times or until I find the one frame that is just right. I keep just one such picture for every figurine". ... read on his interview at the Morning News


Anonymous said...

I had an art teacher once, in a previous century (;-)), who suggested a similar visual idea for painters, to make still lifes more interesting, but his idea was to imagine the explode. This guy records the actual destruction of his subjects.

It has a quite surrealistic effect, doesn't it?

nursemyra said...

startlingly beautiful