materials used include: flashlights, 35mm film, salt, charcoal, acrylic paint, food dye, milk, water, and ink.
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Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey
Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass 2016 (Location Set)
I had a wonder through the public areas of the Gloucester Docks, where they are currently filming the next installment of the Alice in Wonderland films.
This gave me the rare chance to photograph like one of my greatest painting inspirations, J. M. W. Turner. The vast studio smoke machines produced the most beautiful atmosphere, really taking you back to how an old working dock may have looked.
By Freddie Ardley Photography