Undertoad Thursday May 29 11:59 PM
May 29, 2014: Dylan Ozanich's Movement
In a series of 8 photographs, photographer Dylan Ozanich captures "movement" by wrapping people in color ropes and having them, well, move. This captures both the starting position, the stopping position, and all the movement in-between.
The movement then creates lines, which create their own unexpected beautiful design. The ugly static background settings serve as a stark contrast.
See his gallery for more images: "Movement"
glatt Friday May 30 08:28 AM
xoxoxoBruce Friday May 30 09:36 AM
This guy forces people into his dungeon, wraps them with neon tasers, and photographs their agony?
Is that legal? I guess it's easy to forge waivers and dead men tell no tales.
I'm ok with it as long as it's a hobby, but not a commercial operation making snuff photographs.
Gravdigr Friday May 30 05:47 PM
Photog: You keep moving, STAND STILL!!!!
Your reply here?
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