Photographer Barry Underwood

by | Dec 9, 2009 | PHOTOGRAPHY

With images that combine artificial and natural light in a most unconventional and innovative way, Barry Underwood has captivated me. It seems that he uses any light source that is not used by most photographers, or in some cases have not been used for quite some time, most prominently LEDs and pyrotechnics. Flash photography before bulbs, of course, used flash powder, which despite not being commonly used in photography is still used in fireworks. Digressing, his images are a healthy, fresh spin on landscape photography. Photographers are often reluctant to modify the spaces they are capturing, and I’m thrilled that Underwood has broken the mold. Via the constantly awesome A Photography Blog.



With images that combine artificial and natural light in a most unconventional and innovative way, Barry Underwood has captivated me. It seems that he uses any light source that is not used by most photographers, or in some cases have not been used for quite some time, most prominently LEDs and pyrotechnics. Flash photography before bulbs, of course, used flash powder, which despite not being commonly used in photography is still used in fireworks. Digressing, his images are a healthy, fresh spin on landscape photography. Photographers are often reluctant to modify the spaces they are capturing, and I’m thrilled that Underwood has broken the mold. Via the constantly awesome A Photography Blog.







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