Bethesda Plaza, painted from an infrared photograph. In other words, the colors and effects have been added by the artist. Bethesda Plaza, painted from an infrared photograph. In other words, the colors and effects have been added by the artist.
Need to figure out what category this is supposed to go into. Abstract? I think I only have three images I’d call abstract. Homage to Van Gogh? As a category. No, I only have one, no maybe two. The image is tricked out in several ways. First off, it’s flipped vertically. What I saw when […]
Digital painting from a b&w infrared film negative (Kodak HIE). In other words, colors supplied by Beckerman. This is one of those projects where I pretty much colored each tulip. So I’d say it was half painting, half photograph. These are in the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park.
Abstract chimneys. Infrared. Orange and yellow paintography. Painted atop infrared print. From roof down in the West Village. Original shot was from converted DSLR infrared camera. Colors supplied by imagination.
Many of my color images began as black and white shots. For some reason, nearly all of my color work is – what’s the word – whimsical? Whereas my black and white photography feels more real. Paintography – just means that you use the design of the photograph as a starting point, and let your […]
Notes about Paintography. It simply means (at least to me) that you begin with a black and white image, (tho sometimes you begin with a color image) and you supply the coloration. Somewhat like the coloring book experience. But you can draw outside the lines. You can paint the sky black. Or any other color. […]
Photographed with a converted infrared digital camera in 2009. After infrared was processed it was digitally “painted.”