現在時間 : 2017-11-20 15:53, 星期一
- 附件圖片 (查看原圖請登入論壇)
Palinopsia (Greek: palin for “again” and opsia for “seeing”) is a project that focuses on the experimental side of photography, consisting in a collection of fashion images accompanied by light painting. Palinopsia can be defined as the visual phenomenon which occurs when the image of an object seems to linger in the eyes even after the original object is absent. In a sense, palinopsia is an afterimage, much like when looking directly into a light source then looking away. The project emerged from my desire to incorporate lighting as a separate corpus or substance which equally accompanies the model and the garments. Palinopsia surfaced from the observation on how fashion photography has changed with time, assimilating elements outside the expected still photographic medium. This project is an experimental attempt where my interest shaped from the curiosity of seeing what can result from blending tested and functional ingredients of fashion photography with less certain ones, such as light painting, where the outcome is never the same.