what is a dream?

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Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying "unmanipulated" scenes, with usually unaware subjects.

 

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  1. April 16, 2013  2:47 pm by Rob Hill

    You have to explain how you achieved this shot Umberto. I love it, just can't work out how you did it.

  2. April 16, 2013  3:21 pm by umberto verdoliva

    It is a double exposure on film, it is part of my project "What is a dream?" on http://www.umbertoverdoliva.it/what_is_a_dream.html

  3. April 16, 2013  11:33 pm by Rob Hill

    Featured image today. I liked the series too, very interesting.Taking things to a new level.

  4. April 17, 2013  5:41 pm by MP

    double exposure in street photo?

  5. April 17, 2013  5:47 pm by umberto verdoliva

    Why not? I can not add two moments at different times?

  6. April 17, 2013  5:50 pm by MP

    "Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying "unmanipulated" scenes, with usually unaware subjects."

    double exposure= manipulated

  7. April 17, 2013  5:57 pm by umberto verdoliva

    Your doubt is reasonable. But my project is based on moments of ordinary life that turn into dreams, in visions. Something different from the rule.

  8. April 17, 2013  6:03 pm by MP

    interesting project, but it's not a street photo.

  9. April 17, 2013  7:33 pm by Rob Hill

    We had a debate about this image and if it should be featured. The image itself stood out and is clever on a number of levels. But sparking conversation, and making people think and question what they see around them means it is worthy of recognition. Traditional no, but thought provoking and potentially inspiring for others, yes. Doesn't mean everyone should be double exposing on film, hard enough getting the one image right, let alone two. Everyone should take a look at Umberto's dream series.

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