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ORBIS is a project by Leandro Sanchez done in the deepest of nature, a combination of light, timing and artistry to create visual that are other … Read More
ORBIS is a project by Leandro Sanchez done in the deepest of nature, a combination of light, timing and artistry to create visual that are other worldly. Photographer: Leandro Sanchez Light painters: Megan Sanchez-Warner & Leandro Sanchez All rights reserved by Repertorium films NYC 2010-2012 "Visual interpretations" or "Visual perceptions" are what Leandro calls his unique artistic approach, his fine art photography has an obvious contemporary feel; he utilizes the staging of theatrical situations or magical moments - his work is aimed to reveal the landscapes or atmospheres where light is not visible by the unaide eye. These situations are constructed for hours and the image is achieved when a perfect balance of light and the surreal are captured in his ethereal night photography. These often-cinematic tableaux, with their surreal scenes, are made by long exposures at times with stroboscope light or photoflash, a combination of many elements played in a balance with movement or nature to give a final staged composition. Inspired by Daguerreotype long exposures, creating at times a modern vision and approach to very long exposure photography, Leandro visually penetrates unseen light in regular conditions. Leandro dissects movement of light and forms in his work, often resulting in unique striking visuals, again elements that the unaide eye cannot see... some of Leandro's works are inspired by Harold Edgerton's MIT studies 1926-31. Leandro's inspiration is to reveal to the viewer things they cannot see in real time, or to view theatrical compositions in nature that are impossible unless a single frame captures the multiplied bodies or light. Gjon Mili is as well among Leandro's inspirations where the combination of science and art find a contemporary unique world. One of Leandro's true inspirations and influences is his Pierre et Marie Curie University-graduate father (as a Chemical Engineer) for his science approach, and his mother's artistic views as a writer and Montessori teacher - both of his parents inspired the combination of art and science that is inherent in his photography. all rights reserved by studio Repertorium films NYC 2010-2012 Read Less
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