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Tempestuous Public Photography
Julie Blackmon's Pictures Capture Everyday Life in Rich Detail

By: Erin Fox (Star) Dec 6, 12

The tempestuous nature of the photography by Julie Blackmon captures the mundane nature of simplistic human nature. The ideology of her photography stems from Dutch and Flemish paintings made over 400 years ago. Julie Blackmon mainly focuses her work around the artist Edward Hopper, as he created paintings following mundane culture and human emotion. The photography by the American photographer harbors geometric qualities and fine detailing.

This particular photography series by Julie Blackmon features people doing ordinary tasks and activities, however they are captured in a beautiful way. The work from the photographer captures a sizable amount of simplistic human nature and optimizes it to become a beautiful feature. From people wading in a pool to a father tossing his child in the air, these photographs are idealistic.

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