An introduction by Andy Carr , who is incidentally and definitely not me.
“Have you ever been overwhelmed by the astounding beauty of vistas that you have come across in your travels? Have you been frustrated in that you never seem able to capture the feeling of the magnificent view of the vistas in front of you in a single photograph. For this reason I have experimented with the combining of multiple photos to achieve a better representation of what one sees in front of one at these special power spots in our world.
I started to play around with the combination of multiple photos to build up a 360° views as a project when I was at university. After capturing the vista in black & white with anything from 40 to 60 photos, then developing and printing them and sticking the photos down on a board, to build up the image. The results where promising, the process challenging and ultimately the results where ok, not fantastic.
After finishing army national service in 1989 as a photographer I left photography all together, only to be grabbed by photography again in 2008. Astounded by the versatility of digital photography and the ability to manipulate images, opened up the idea of once again trying the multiple photo approach, to 360° views.
The web site is a documentation of the results of this journey over the last few of years.”
What lovely and amazing pics by a cool artist!
Check them out right here.