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Yoko Okutsu, 2008 Carlo Van de Roer

The Wild Colors and Mysteries of Aura Portraits

CAPTION Carlo Van de Roer, “Yoko Okutsu” “This project started from an interest I have in the relationship between the photograp.

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Carlo Van de Roer's Photographs Capture the Subject's Aura

the portrait machine project book by carlo van de roer

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Joanna McClure’s Still Lifes

Photographer Carlo Van de Roer has been shooting portraits with the Polaroid Aura Camera. Created in the 1970's by a gentleman named Guy Coggins, the aura camera was designed to capture more that what can be seen with your human eyes. So, how exactly does this work? The subject puts his or her hands on sensors that measure electromagnetic biofeedback (note: this is the first time the term "electromagnetic biofeedback" has been used on Fstoppers...I checked).

Aura based photography the portrait machine project book by carlo van de roer

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Editorial for Snatch MagazineA fashion and installation series, interpreting the concept of artificial intelligence. Throughout a series of 4 images, the idea of an ever-present intelligence is presented, in an ethereal and interprative manner.

Dan Bradica

Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design - Dan Bradica’s Lansdcapes Altered With Paper And Lights

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Rotunda to be Transformed into Turrell Skyspace

Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Rotunda to be Temporarily Transformed into a Turrell Skyspace

James Turrell — Guggenheim, on Creative Journal: a showcase of inspiring design, art, architecture and photography.

Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi http://www.nomart.co.jp/nakanishi/information.html:

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Beautiful idea Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi - He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame

The Studio Painting by Farmboy Fine Arts and Shaw Hospitality Group. Pattern: CN16636 Sumi Corridor

The Studio Painting by Farmboy Fine Arts and Shaw Hospitality Group.

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