This photography art is complex and many layered. Starting with an inspiring photo I've taken somewhere around the world, from New York City to Asia and points in between, I open them in software programs and begin to pull them apart, pixel by pixel. I then "reconstruct" them using filters, masks, and sometimes algorithms I've written to manipulate the colors, textures, lines, and spaces.
These are in the same junkyard under the train trestle as "Discarded Manor" and the original framed print was purchased by a soccer coach in Virginia from a show there a few years ago.
A surreal scene in itself, my reconstruction techniques heighten the drama and the sense of timelessness you feel when looking at a bunch of mannequins standing at odd angles, imaging them in their glory in Saks Fifth Avenue or Lord & Taylor, showing off the latest in ladies fashion in the 50s or 60s.
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