Trippy Portal Photo by Matthew Spiegelman


Talk about an eye-catching photo! Portal {Matthew Spiegelman in his studio with mirror, two way mirror, c-stands, clamp with suction cup, two geared tripod heads, three strobes, 4×5 camera, 180mm lens} [Variation 6] 2010 by Matthew Spiegelman makes some very clever use of mirrors…..Just goes to show that magical photos like this don’t come easy!

Spiegelman is part of the New York Photo Festival in Brooklyn which started yesterday will go on until May 20. The festival, which is free and open to the public, explores the tension between artistic photography, social documentary, and contemporary photography through four curated sites. Spiegelman was selected as one of sixteen artists for What Do You Believe In, which explores how photography shapes our ideas and informs how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. Sounds like an exciting show!

via [Huffington Post]



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