Primarily known as a natural light photographer, AMIE G. TANNENBAUM specializes in extreme macro / close-up camera techniques to capture abstract photoart and to create “color impressions” — those images which result when sunlight shining through studio stained glass windows produces a myriad of vivid colorations that penetrate through, reflect on, and illuminate textured glass, glass objects, and other photographic subjects. All of her resulting images are faithfully recorded as they appeared in-camera — no gels, filters, or artificial light sources were used, nor were any of the images digitally manipulated or enhanced by computer programs post-capture. The artist leaves the interpretation of each image to the viewers and invites them to respond in their own way to the brilliant blend of colors, shapes, and tones produced by her camera.
Issue: Winter / Spring 2010 » Photography
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