The Art of Photography is the premiere video podcast on iTunes about everything photography related. Episodes are released 3 times a week! Every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday you can check out the latest photography shows. Ted Forbes produces episodes on diverse topics such as techniques, composition, philosophy, craft, digital photography, film, darkroom techniques and more. If you are a photographer, this is the show for you. Past episodes and additional content can be found on our website: http://theartofphotography.tv
January 25th, 2015
Episode 65 of 294 episodes
Frank Lopez is an American, experimental photographer who works across a variety of alternative process methods including pinhole and wet plate collodion. Lopez is also a teacher and works with students across a range of photography processes including digital, sabattier, cyanotype, wet plate and silver gelatin. Lopez has spent extensive time across China, Vietnam and Korea producing street photography and cultural images made with a pinhole camera. His latest work represents graffiti art and "slap tags". These images are created with a hybrid process of digital and wet plate. The process starts with digital images produced on Lopez's iPhone. These images are edited digitally both on the iPhone and in Photoshop. These images then are projected from an iPad retina screen back on to a wet plate then transferred as ambrotypes or tintypes. Lopez lives and works in Dallas, Texas. http://franklopez.com This video marks the first documentary produced by the Art of Photography. Please share this and "like" it! We want to make more of these!!! http://theartofphotography.tv/episodes/frank-lopez http://twitter.com/tedforbes http://pinterest.com/tedforbes
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