“What is singular about my journey, is the detour I had to take, to express my vision of color, using argentic photography process.” A neophyte or too fast a look on my work, of my poppies for example, may suggest that it is simply color photography, in the continuity of a process developed in the 1930s and 1940s, Kodachrome, Agfacolor and Ektachrome . It is not so. Even though I had used the traditional color for my commercial photography work, it was not suitable for my research on nature. Color is very subjective, everyone perceives reality with their own sensitivity. […]
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