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    After becoming father separation anxiety to Relander's childhood absorbed him into this project. Now, for three years Relander has been revisitin… Read More
    After becoming father separation anxiety to Relander's childhood absorbed him into this project. Now, for three years Relander has been revisiting his childhood environments to "capture" them into his collection. Most environments are from where he grew up, in the countryside in the south of Finland, where his roots still lie. As a container for the environments, Relander chose to use food industry jars. All works are intentional double exposures shot in-camera on a DSLR (Nikon D800E)—this project was not created or layered in an external software. Images are not put into physical jars (as is misunderstood sometimes), only blended into one photograph. Jarred & Displaced is an ongoing project, this is a second installment. Read Less
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Jarred & Displaced II

After becoming father separation anxiety to Relander's childhood absorbed him into this project. Now, for three years Relander has been revisiting his childhood environments to "capture" them into his collection. Most environments are from where he grew up, in the countryside in the south of Finland, where his roots still lie. As a container for the environments, Relander used jar bottles produced by the food industry.

All works are intentional double exposures shot in-camera on a DSLR (Nikon D800E)—this project was not created or layered in an external software. Images are not put into physical jars (as is misunderstood sometimes), only blended into one photograph.

Jarred & Displaced is an ongoing project, this is a second installment, previously published here.
Candy Road, 2017
Couple of Pines, 2017
Deep Forest, 2017
First Snow, 2017
Close to Home, 2017
Grandpa's Old Barn, 2017
Pine Forest, 2017
Windflowers, 2017
Pine Tree
Morning Barn, 2017
Grandpa's Old Farm, 2017
Lone House, 2017
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