Sunday, December 5, 2010


Artist Alice O'Malley shoots with an old-school 4x5 camera from the 1950s, using strictly natural light and lengthier exposure times - often working at the legendary Chelsea Hotel, citing its good natural lighting and architectural detail in her New York Times interview. There's an ethereal, silvery quality to the light in this "Moonstruck" series of portraits she created for the NYTimes Style Magazine, produced with fashion editor Susan Winget, that simply can't be found in digital photography.

Note: you can see large full-screen images (well worth a look) right here.

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