Pictorialist Models is a short photo essay containing scans of thirty black & white prints made in a wet darkroom using traditional non-digital methods. It took its inspiration from Pictorialism, a fine arts movement in nineteenth century photography that culminated in the establishment of Alfred Stieglitz's Photo Secession. In the present work, I wanted to create a tribute to those earlier photographers while at the same time preserving my own distinct style. In order to accomplish this, I spent several years in the studio taking photographs of female art models on infrared film.
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About the Author
Frank McAdam is an old school black & white film photographer who's now actively pursuing a second career as a writer. His first novel, New York Sonata, was published in November 2014 and is now available online as an ebook.