Hackney Flowers by Stephen Gill Combines Nature and Film

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Jan 23, 2011   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: bumbumbum.me
Renowned British photographer Stephen Gill has given us a new and astonishing series of photos. Hackney Flowers is a collagelike photo series in which Gill took a bunch of seeds, flowers, berries and even insects and pressed them to photographs in his studio. He then rephotographed them alongside other photographs to create a multilayered image effect.

Hackney Flowers by Stephen Gill is an interesting approach to modern photography using traditional elements.

Implications - My favorite of these flora photo wonders has got to be the one featuring gigantic yellow petals, reminiscent of the skins on bananas. The unique piece almost looks like a palm tree the way it's put together and I think I would very much enjoy it if such a tree existed. Stats for Flower-Pressed Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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