Gillian Lindsay - fine art photography
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LIGHT IMITATING ART ™

I explore mechanical ways of altering light sources and double exposure to create images that appear more like charcoal sketches than photographs. I am drawn to surrealism and it is in this exciting experimentation with light that a figure or reference to a slightly definable object may emerge. The series is shot in studio, utilizing either a smooth or textured surface. Often the question, "what am I looking at?". The answer is simply, "light".

I believe that this technique is unique in the world of photography.











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