Posts Tagged ‘shadows’

A French Girl

This stunning orthochromatic piece brings to mind the stirring images of France and youth. This piece combines the Effiel Tower with that of a young girl. The attention to detail here is astonishing, and yet this is one of the most unique depictions of a French icon to be found anywhere. This is a wonderful […]

American Girl

An American girl near a fast car. It doesn’t get much more exciting than that. This iconic visual utilizes orthochromatic style to create something truly unique. It is easy to look at these things, and imagine what might happen next. To be sure, we want to be in the car with her. We want to […]

Rhino

Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer) Artist: Jan […]


French Girl with Car

This orthochromatic piece combines a young girl with a fast car. You can also a dog nearby. There are dozens and dozens of unique details to be absorbed here. It is easy to look at this woman and this car and imagine the next few moments. We can see her getting in the car. We […]

Shadows

To me this picture embodies my ideal concept of shadows within a context. It gives a sense of place because of the Japanese writing on the wall and a sense of order and symmetry because of the way the shadows are neatly placed at the sides of the plaque. It was taken about 3 years […]

Gabriele Rampinini, Photographer in Tokyo

Mannequin My name is Gabriele Rampinini, I’m Italian and I live in Tokyo, Japan. I particularly enjoy taking pictures of mannequins, shadows, graffiti, buildings and trees. Recently I started using film (mainly black&white, 35mm and medium format) and I learnt how to develop it myself (not very difficult but very satisfying). I believe that working […]