Inspirations – Hunter Freeman

© Hunter Freeman

 40mm lens on a Hasselblad 503CW, f32 at a 1/60th, using Kodak Tri-X B&W film

I wanted to capture scenes within scenes, to emphasize an object or portion of a vista. I liked the idea of physically intruding into the shot to crop a photo within a photo, and I just kind of liked having a bit of forced perspective to the frames as well – which I made myself, and are four-sided, but not rectangular. I seem to enjoy putting odd things together in photographs. Go figure. ~Hunter Freeman

3 Responses to “Inspirations – Hunter Freeman”

  1. VERY creative and so well-thought out to custom make, forced-perspective frames!

  2. Thanks Darwin. Very inspiring work, indeed

  3. Very interesting work!

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