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Richard Silver uses a photographic technique known as Tilt Shift. This practice has taken off over the last few years in the fields of photography and advertising. It consists of giving the impression of looking at a model or a miniature. However, the spectator is looking at a real and full-size subject. The playful use of soft focus and the clarity alters its interpretation and creates an optical illusion. Contrary to belief these effects are not obtained through retouching. The photographer really does obtain this perfect illusion at the moment of shooting. This technique requires highly specialized equipment which integrates a view camera with a body in front and behind separated by bellows. These elements permit orientation of the plane of focus, adjusting and tilting movements which correct the perspective and the clarity of the picture and modify the depth of field. The soft focus affects the foreground and the background and the extremely reduced depth of the tilt-shift resembles those found in macro-photography. The combination of these different elements immediately leads the viewer to believe that it is a reduced model.Lees verder Sluiten
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Richard Silver, in 1961 in Brooklyn geboren, woont en werkt in New York. In 2001 start hij met zijn reizen over de wereld en begint hij te fotograferen. Deze reizen voeden zijn kunst en zijn de basis van zijn doel. Hij besteedt bijzondere veel aandacht aan toeristische plaatsen en symbolische monumenten.