Burning Man 2015 by Rudi Amedeus - Limited to 10 Copies

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Burning Man 2015 by Rudi Amedeus - Limited to 10 Copies

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Rudi Amedeus Blondia currently creates and shoots mostly portraits and fine art nudes. For his book, he created images at Burning Man, 2015, using expired 8x10 color Polaroid films. He occasionally experiments with expired first generation B&W films from The Impossible Project. A few images in the book are shot on expired 4x5 Fuji instant film. Blondia puts a lot of thought into mixing and matching expired 8x10 negatives and positives from different boxes, utilizing varied chemistries to explore color control and the intrinsic aberrations of the expired and sometimes fogged media. Blondia's subjects were random strangers passing by his Black Rock City playa booth or they were camping friends. For most of his subjects it was the first time for them in front of a large format view camera, with shallow depth of field and long exposure times, in the half­second to two­second range. Each signed and numbered book comes with a signed and numbered B&W print of the "Man on the Playa."

Specs:
-­8" x 10" Landscape ­
-160 pages ­
-­Satin Matte Paper
-Black Linen Cover with Dust Jacket
-Limited to 10 signed and numbered editions in this special size.
-Each Book comes with a signed and numbered print of the "Man on the Playa."

About Rudi Amedeus:
Rudi Amedeus Blondia is a fine art photographer from Belgium, now living in Fremont, CA, whose recent focus has been on artistic nudes and portraits using expired large format Polaroid films. In 2013, having used various Polaroid formats for pictures and image transfers throughout his career, Rudi again experienced the magic of 8x10 Polaroid 809 film from a box that had expired in 1991, the year he moved to the USA, settling then in LA. The somewhat random "happy surprises" of the film ignited an instant love affair with Blondia's passion for experimentation in color shifts and varied filmic textures.

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