Keith Carter

The positive/negative photography process, first invented by William Henry Fox Talbot is a rarity in the modern art world. But it is a personal favorite technique.


Images are created by placing an object on a piece of sensitized paper and exposing it to sunlight. Details can be stunning…


And sometimes haunting hints of familiar shapes emerge from the shadows…


This series of shadow pictures is quite lovely.

4 Responses to “Keith Carter”

  1. wow these need to be album covers!

  2. Lovely images thank you for sharing.

  3. These are stunning! The butterfly is amazing, and the hand is hauntingly beautiful!

    Thank you so much for all you share with us, Dana!

  4. I’ve always wanted to try something like this. All of these are awesome. I think I need to take a photography course soon.

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