Interested in symmetrical forms and the hidden beauty of insects, which at first may seem disgusting to some, Marcelo finds a creative object with great potential. Wanting to demonstrate a distinct point of view by taking a micro look at different facets, colors and shapes of the insects, he discovers a totally different world that blends perfectly with wet collodion photography, a technique he uses for this project. Working with this technique allows him to control all stages of the project and thus to include his creative vision. Marcelo appreciates the quality that the wet collodion process allows to give,...
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