Current Gallery: Architecture (11 pieces)
The process I’m using is somewhat novel & cutting-edge, with digital technology replacing not only the darkroom, but the camera as well. I’m creating my images with a flatbed scanner, which offers interesting opportunities. Unlike a traditional camera, a flatbed scanner captures an image by slowly moving both the light and the lens across the subject—essentially lighting and photographing it from multiple angles in one long exposure. This produces a single image stitched together from thousands of tiny slivers, to which I then make endless, minute adjustments. Each photograph takes between 20-40 hours to make.The results are incredible high resolution prints of the best quality available in today's art market which can be printed as wide as sixty inches, and are made with archival inks or pigments on rag paper, which gives them an inky, matte surface and a dimensional feel. >> Christian Slanec
"Construction #2"  (2007) by CSlanecPhoto
  • Nautilus # 2 Nautilus # 2
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  • Nautilus #1 Nautilus #1
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  • Deconstructed Nautilus Deconstructed Nautilus
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  • Seashell Medley Seashell Medley
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  • Construction #1 Construction #1
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  • Construction #2 Construction #2
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  • Construction #3 Construction #3
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  • Flight of Sleepy Hollow Flight of Sleepy Hollow
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  • Featherdance Featherdance
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  • Under The Sea Under The Sea
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