Lola Moser Art features delightfully alive and urban shots. The French artist Lola Moser found her photographs unappealing and was inspired to change the aesthetics of them via post production without using digital means. Moser creatively used household cleaning products and took off layers of the photos to create these beautiful captures.
For each photograph Moser used a different technique, taking more time with some than others, and even scratching the pictures until she was satisfied with them. In doing so, the photographs became illuminated. The varying degrees of light make some of the photographs appear to be on fire while others are sparkling. Essentially, the series ended up capturing the movements of a city despite being confined to a static photograph.
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