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One of my biggest addictions when I'm with a Lomographic camera in hand is to shoot works of art.

It could be sculptures, paintings, installations – no mater what! Better still if when works of art are mixed in multiple exposures or with our buddy Splitzer.

The great kick of clicking the works with Lomos is that you have the power to reconstruct a painting or a sculpture using double (or multiple) exposures. Often the effect is so interesting that it looks like a new work was made up.

The only bummer is that in a lot of galleries, it is not allowed to shoot even without flash. But the good part is that in art fairs usually shooting is okay. Who knows, this might be the stimulus you were waiting for to start going to these fairs? It is nice to remember that this year it is happening with the Sao Paulo Biennial.

written by jorgesato and translated by thierri

1 comment

  1. mrzyq

    really good photograps!
    over 1 year ago · report as spam

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