Stephanie Jung‘s photographs of cityscapes give us a really individual take on the urban landscape. In particular her images of Japan; Tokyo, Osaka, Shibuya and Nara.
I know you’ve probably all seen a million multiple-exposure photographs, I know I have – and as a result I’m slow to post more up – however these belong in a different category. The technique she’s used gives the viewer a greater sense of the city, her layering of image upon image creating a denser more chaotic picture of urban life. Here’s what’s said on her site:
The visual dynamic that is created in the eye of the beholder, resembles a cubist Volte, a delayed perspective fanning the moment. An arbitrary moment in the city life is extended, the subject will appear as multiplied and repeated trace of himself used precisely this dynamic vibration of the image space lends the pictures of ideal, but also visually compelling sense. They appear very individual, since it is precisely those nondescript structures such as power lines, banners, lanterns or car colors, the advance at once to form and establish urban identity. The shimmering structure that in its delicate structure, also proves to be extremely harmonious…
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