Tyler Jones "Cezanne 2" Photo
Tyler Jones is a Milwaukee photographer who practices contemporary dark-room photography practices and painting methods.
This photo is 8" x 10" and comes in a black frame.
The pinhole camera was constructed from an old Cezanne art book, which in turn was hollowed out in order to fit a single piece of light-sensitive paper. Next, exposures were made by opening up the tiny hole in the front cover of the book allowing light to reach the paper inside. Once introduced to darkroom chemistry, a negative was created which was then scanned and flipped to become a digital positive image. The final step was to print the images on archival inkjet paper.