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algis_kemezys

Member Since 16 Feb 2005
Offline Last Active Mar 24 2005 01:48 AM
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Traditional Black And White Almost Lasts Forever.

16 March 2005 - 01:34 AM

The way things are going soon all archivate silver prints will be all the rage for longevity.
As good as the new printing materials are they cannot compare to the traditional archival silver print.Rain or shine they will last a great deal of time.

Don't Rub It In

13 March 2005 - 09:56 PM

Sorry the face was already there and I decided to really express it.You see I was just learning photoshop and these were my best efforts back in 2000.
http://www.pbase.com...e/image/6609770

But regardless all the features were there.
This work also was the start of my work with stone sculpture on Crete , Greece. Eventually I made the neo Crete sculptures in order for the Muse to notice me and show me some good mimetoliths. These that I found I turned into a film called Faces of Myth. There I show you the Jesus Merman, Zeus,Joseph and Mary, some stray Atlantians and Posidon as well. Now I am working with the golden formula and pray the angels help me on this metaphysical understanding about the anthropormorphic qualities found in simple stone.

If you understand the Phaistos Disk and it's implecations of interdemensional travel and divine DNA gods...then this is the place for further photographicdiscoveries.

The Camera Made You Special

13 March 2005 - 09:52 PM

The camera used to set you apart back in the 70 and 80ties. It seemed to mean you were there for a greater truth and and a single minded purpose.All related to good things. Today I think this has erroded to just being one of the masses unless you have an old style funky camera. Like 35mm hun! You will still always have the best results from all speed films and be taken one who is truely visionary and not snapshot perfect.http://www.pbase.com/alkeme/image/8445389

You Can't Cut Down A Cemetree

13 March 2005 - 09:47 PM

Cemetery statuary is time based because it gets better with age.


http://www.pbase.com...ments_1982_1989

Scanner As Flatbed View Camera

13 March 2005 - 09:44 PM

It's an interesting world.Making pictures that are looking straight up through the glass to whats on top.Such a different perspective and so many possibilities.I have been doing alot of work with flowers.

Heres one of mine that won at the MacWorld Digital Art Competition 2002.
http://www.macworlde..._tigerlilly.jpg

Flowers dirftwood shells you place it and it scans it and it has to be as full frame as possible if you want limitations. Anyone one else taking this medium seriously ?