{photography | still-intimate-life by inês nepomuceno}



. . . there is something quite mesmerising about the still life photographs of inês nepomuceno — taken in a studio with an analog camera, a series of photographs of her daily meals, "the banality of this food was transformed by the medium" into a beautiful play of light & shadow, resulting in a painterly quality that is strikingly lovely . . .


"Pose or photographic instantaneity" was the general theme for the final project of photography. This project was developed on the rejection of the instantaneity preconized by Cartier Bresson, focusing more in the memory and encenation of the reality.
—Inês Nepomuceno

{images: all photography by inês nepomuceno via ill seen, ill said}

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Blogger Audrey said...

Beautiful photography, there's so much going on in these images.
Great "styling"! this must be a difficult part to look it more realistic.

(btw..is the favorite five series stopped? or maybe I just missed a post)


February 02, 2012  
Blogger Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Beautiful work!

February 02, 2012  
Blogger lorenabr said...

Looks great! :)

February 02, 2012  

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