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oliver morris

mannnnnnn i am in double exposure heaven.

i’m massively cheating with this post and i swear i’ll get back on track with the street art series soon but  i absolutely couldn’t just walk on by without (shamelessly) re-posting the photographs i found here on booooooom.

so soft, so dreamy and with a definite sense of the crispy cool in-between seasons feeling that permeates our days this time of the year in both the northern and southern hemispheres.  the dusky light of the skies, the movement of the grass and trees and the female silhouette all together satisfies my aesthetic appetite and generally makes me happy.

check out the photographer’s flickr here for more eye candy 😉







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cody spencer


hello world

i want to give you the short & sweet about a bloke i know, cody spencer.

he’s an amazing young photographer.  this collection of shots is from a group called skate diary.  they’re actually about two years old but i think, in my humble opinion, some of his best work i’ve come across so far.  these shots belong in skate magazines or on someones wall.

check out those featured above  ..  ..
& click below for more

and this one here is paddy and jimmy which is my personal ‘pick’ of the ‘bunch’



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jacqueline di milla



this female is a little bit clever.

initially i was attracted aesthetically.  their simplicity, translucence and generous use of nice calm white space lured me in and gave me the opportunity to regard the subject matter.  to me, often the most interesting element of a piece of art and it’s subject is what’s left out. which leaves room for our imagination to be free to wander and create little narratives or assumptions: another reason i’m a fan of these photographs.  i also immediately assumed the overlapping effect was created digitally.

however, i was wrong.  when i got in touch with the artist herself, di milla informed me that she produced these photographs not by way of newfangled, anyone-can-be-pro-with-a-photoshop- kit, digital technology but instead in camera manipulating multiple exposures on the same frame of film.

for anyone who has any idea about photography, this is not a simple task and to put it mildly i am in awe.  di milla has her craft honed.

it’s so lovely that people like her still care enough about analogue photography to go the distance. hat’s off to you jacqueline di milla!

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