All Images, Nothing Religious: Thirty Pieces of Silver
Dr K Azril Ismail, photographer-artist
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Starting with a tongue-in-cheek title for his exhibition, the photographer-artist details his journey into the visual arts and his fascination with image-making. He moves forward professionally by returning to traditional ways of creating images with the camera. In this exhibition he attempts to slow down time and to produce tactile prints created in cool dark room, not often inhabited by those with phone-cameras and digital ones.
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Tags: The Bigger Picture, Front Row, Edward Weston, Louis Daguerre, WIlliam Henry Fox Talbot, Frederick Scott Archer, Ansel Adams, visual arts, photography, image-making, photographic processes, Ambrotype, Tinytype, Salt prints