Simon Duhamel's 'Floating Museum' is tempting me to become an astronaut. Why should decapitated hands on platters and knots have all the fun of weightlessness?
They shouldn't and I should. Simon Duhamel has managed to make weightless photography look easy here. I can't tell how he managed to suspend these objects, and frankly I don't care. I need more weightless Simon Duhamel photography in my life--I'm thinking class pictures and wedding photos.
Implications - What do you think about floating handtography? Can you imagine it being used over and over again? I have to admit I think the work of SImon Duhamel is truly amazing and equally captivating!
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Simon Duhamel Captures Weightless Exhibits
- By: Michael HinesApr 8, 2010