The moving pictures by Michael Jantzen are part of a brand new series of photo art portraits that are unlike anything Michael has produced before. This time Michael has tried his hand at photography, and uses a unique technique that reinvents photos by rotating sections of each image.
Michael begins with a two-dimensional image and attaches a special gear motor to the back of each photo. These gears turn parts of the photos at one revolution each hour, so the images are constantly changing and revolving. This creates unexpected images that produce odd and unusual results.
Michael, who typically sticks to architectural designs, puts an inventive twist on standard portraiture. Michael has been featured in countless magazines, books, TV documentaries and newspapers worldwide, and he continues to surprise and impress his international audiences.
Rotating Photo Art Portraits
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The Moving Pictures by Michael Jantzen are Constantly Revolving
- By: Sarah RobsonAug 28, 2012