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CREATIVE DESTRUCTION

Collection by Patti Peters

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Rankin (Debbie Harry from Blondie) - destroy; Rankin Photography, A Level Photography, Portrait Photography, John Rankin, Pc Photo, Blondie Debbie Harry, A Level Art, Gcse Art, Youth Culture

This image was created by Rankin, he has simply destroyed this picture by tearing it up and putting it back together again using black thread. It also looks like he has incorporated another material placed on the bottom right of the image. He layers his images by using different types of materials which brings a meaning to the image, shows rebalance and the woman's evil side.

Carmen Kass in 'Croisiere Californie' by Peggy Sirota in Vogue Paris (December Carmen Kass, Vogue Paris, Color Photography, Editorial Photography, Fashion Photography, Creative Photography, Photography Ideas, 1990s, Paris December

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garcode: “Carmen Kass ph by Peggy Sirota for Vogue Paris December 1997 / January 1998 ”

Expired film dunked in tea+detergent solution for 2 days, exposed, & cross-processed. A Level Photography, Levitation Photography, Dream Photography, Experimental Photography, Camera Photography, Photography Projects, Abstract Photography, Amazing Photography, Exposure Photography

Film Soup : Tea + Detergent Ver.

Expired Fuji Tungsten film on Diana Mini I’m sure you all remember this wonderful tutorial shared by Film Soup Guru, Kristian J, of AnalogueOnly.com . Here is my first set using my very own film soup recipe. I chose to dunk a roll of expired Tungsten film because I prefer the colors on a fresh roll of T-64 any day. My roll here was left to sit in my film soup for 2 days and thoroughly dried in a darkroom bag. My attempt to sun dry it did not work, even after leaving it under direct sunlight…

Film Destroyer test - Lemon Juice Film soaked in lemon juice and warm water for 2 hours then dried in the window for a month before shooting. Dark Room Photography, A Level Photography, Experimental Photography, Underwater Photography, Film Photography, Black And White Photography, Pregnancy Photography, Underwater Photos, Abstract Photography

Film Destroyer test #1 - Lemon Juice

Film soaked in lemon juice and warm water for 2 hours then dried in the window for a month before shooting.

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New Image Transfers | Trina Baker Photography

Hello Monday! Just wanted to share some new image transfers I have been working on. This bike series was edited in Photoshop with textures from 2 Lil’ Owls Studio. They are so wonderful and w…

on a wing and a prayer Medium Format Photography, Creative Destruction, Camera Photography, Altered Books, Ethereal, Tumblr, Polaroids, Prayer, Prints

polaroid image transfer | Tumblr

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warm water, soap, vinegar and lemon juice - add film canister. Creative Destruction, Lomography, Film Photography, Vinegar, Soap, Thesis, Water, Identity, Juice

Lomography - Mad films - Playing with Lemons, Vinegar, Soap, and Fujicolour

Have you ever taken a glass of water and mixed in everything you had under your sight? Well, what if you put in your film as well?

Talented French artist, Pierre Beteille , is skillful in manipulation of portraits (specially his own self portraits) using photoshop. Space Photography, Conceptual Photography, Creative Photography, Amazing Photography, Portrait Photography, Contemporary Photography, Photography Ideas, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Ideas

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Matthew Cetta's experimental work was driven by plain old curiosity - "What if I soaked my film in lemon juice? What if I introduced absinthe to the film’s Photography Degree, A Level Photography, Experimental Photography, Photography Projects, Color Photography, Creative Destruction, Toy Camera, Pinhole Camera, New York Photographers

Dunking Film in Household Liquids Is Warped Image Phototherapy

What happens if you develop film that's been soaked in caustic liquids? Blown out, grainy, strangeness. That's what.

Matthew Cetta, from New York, uses a variety of liquids from around the house to soak his rolls of film in, creating stunning, abstract prints that look like they have been taken with a filter or altered on Photoshop. Creative Destruction, Photo Look, Cool Photos, Art Photography, Cool Stuff, Abstract, Film, Instagram, Artist

Dunking Film in Household Liquids Is Warped Image Phototherapy

What happens if you develop film that's been soaked in caustic liquids? Blown out, grainy, strangeness. That's what.

What happens if you put absinthe in your photographic emulsion? These are the kind of caustic chemistry games New York artist Matthew Cetta has been experimenting with in his Photogenic Alchemy series. Creative Destruction, Northern Lights, Projects To Try, Film, Alchemy, Artist, Photographers, Household, Inspiration

Dunking Film in Household Liquids Is Warped Image Phototherapy

What happens if you develop film that's been soaked in caustic liquids? Blown out, grainy, strangeness. That's what.

December 2010 Filed under destroyed film, 35mm, gin, salt, lemon juice, new, old, depth, texture Creative Destruction, Silly Me, Gin, Juice, December, Salt, Lemon, Texture, Photography

December 2010 Filed under destroyed film, 35mm, gin, salt, lemon juice, new, old, depth, texture

Strange brew: Experimental New York photographer Matthew Cetta has come up with a bizarre way of altering his images -- destroying the film with liquids he finds around the house. Alchemy, Glitch Image, Creative Destruction, New York Photographers, Macro Photography, Brewing, Household, Photoshop, Abstract

Dunking Film in Household Liquids Is Warped Image Phototherapy

What happens if you develop film that's been soaked in caustic liquids? Blown out, grainy, strangeness. That's what.

This dreamy-looking photo was produced by soaking the film in cough syrup. Artist Matthew Cetta destroys film with household chemicals. Levitation Photography, Water Photography, Macro Photography, Inspiring Photography, Abstract Photography, Color Photography, Wedding Photography, Camera Techniques, Experimental Photography

Dunking Film in Household Liquids Is Warped Image Phototherapy

What happens if you develop film that's been soaked in caustic liquids? Blown out, grainy, strangeness. That's what.