Mark Osterman

Camera Obscured

Mark Osterman utilizes salt printing process with collodion negatives. Due to the exposure time, Osterman often depicts people in motion, surrounded by the old-age instruments of photography and science.

"Blowing Smoke", Mark Osterman

His use of “ancient” photographic processes and subject matter pertaining to that time period give a nostalgic feeling Brian referred to in our first class.

"Rhodes Incident," Mark Osterman

The sense of blurred motion combined with the nostalgia of the turn of the century technology, used in a contemporary sense truly expresses the agelessness of science and advancement of art (especially in photography).

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