Using over 10,000 photographs, these collage-like images by Japanese photographer Sohei Nishino are astonishing. Nishino spent months working on these pieces, which he calls diorama maps.
The black and white images were made using a collage of over 10,000 contact sheets. Each set of film comes with a contact sheet listing what photos were printed from what roll of film, which makes it easier to view as opposed to negatives.
It took over six months for Sohei Nishino to snap all of the required shots, but the end product proves that old school photography is definitely worth the effort. The photos will be on display at the Festival Des Arts Visuels De Vevey until September 30th.
Sohei Nishino Proves that Old School Photography is Still Attention-Worthy
1. Collage-like Photography - Exploring the creative potential of collage techniques in photography, offering new ways to capture and present images.
2. Diorama Mapping - Utilizing diorama-like visuals to create unique and immersive photographic maps, providing a fresh perspective on familiar places.
3. Contact Sheet Artistry - Revitalizing the use of contact sheets in photography, showcasing their artistic value in creating intricate and detailed compositions.
1. Art Exhibitions - Creating immersive art experiences through photography, attracting visitors and fostering engagement.
2. Photography Printing - Enhancing the demand for high-quality printing services to reproduce intricate photographic collages and diorama maps.
3. Fine Art Photography - Inspiring fine art photographers to experiment with collage techniques and diorama-like compositions, opening up new artistic expressions.