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August 8, 2007 CameraArts Preview Portfolios

Three more portfolios have been posted in the CameraArts web exclusives section. These Preview Portfolios are meant to give you a taste of the photographic submissions we regularly consider for the pages of CameraArts. Tell us what you think!

Tim Greyhavens' series "Phantasts" defies description—part portraiture and part fine art sculpture, these images take the viewer into another world. Lorne Resnick has captured a wide variety of subjects through the rangefinder, including wild animals, cityscape vistas, and children from around the world.
Ted Sabarese pokes fun at the evolution vs. creationism "debate" (if you can call it that) with his series of portraits, "Evolution."

We want to hear your thoughts about these photographers! Please leave all comments below the fold—they just may make it into a future issue of CameraArts!

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16 Comments:

At 3:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, obviously the human subjects look like the corresponding fish, but I can't make out if this is a pro or anti evolution statement or conversely an anti or pro creation statement. I know, I know, it's up to the viewer to decide but it might be interesting if the photographer made an unequivocal statement about this. After all why choose a "whimsical" theme of such a hotly debated topic? Kind of getting off the hook as it were (no pun intended).

 
At 4:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love Ted's Sabarese's Evolution shots. I love to see a photographer with a conceptional point of view rathe than a pretty picture. But he seems to accomplish both. well done Ted.

 
At 4:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love Sabarese's Evolution shots. Simple and graphic. Is it just me or are the fish eyes the same as the talent?

 
At 4:37 PM, Blogger Nick said...

Really dig Ted Sabarese's Evolution series. Would love to see more of his work.

 
At 6:17 PM, Anonymous Kirsten Thoen said...

Each image within Ted Sabarese's 'Evolution' is seamlessly assembled and wonderfully playful. The pallets alone are appetizing. But what is truly most beautiful about Sabarese's work is that his aesthetic mastery does not override the importance his subjects’ ability to personify with inner-sensitivity.

 
At 6:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The lighting in Ted Sabarese's photographs is superb... and dramatic. Great composition. Can we see more?!

 
At 9:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ted, purely genius. Beautiful film.

 
At 5:20 PM, Anonymous Gabrielle Rosenberg said...

Ted Sarabrese, not Tim please correct.

Ted's talent is in his use of subtle humor, his charm and his wit. He is super clever at directing his talent, and his photographs reflect his combination of his charm, wit and humor.

 
At 6:57 PM, Anonymous gabrielle rosenberg said...

Ted Sabarese's photographs are witty, charming, and have a subtle humor. His photographs and the way he directs his talent is characteristic of this wittiness,charm and sense of humor.

 
At 6:05 AM, Blogger Ben said...

Sabarese's Photo are wonderful, I can't stop looking at them I love the harmony oh the entire image.

 
At 6:07 AM, Blogger Ben said...

Sabarese's photos are great. I woulld love to see more of his work.

 
At 6:08 AM, Blogger Ben said...

Sabarese's photos are great. I woulld love to see more of his work.

 
At 6:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sabarese's photos are great. I woulld love to see more of his work.

 
At 8:47 AM, Anonymous Jayne said...

I'm fascinated by Tim Greyhavens' photos - the characters seem to live somewhere between the worlds of Alice in Wonderland and Pan's Labyrinth. I would love to meet them in person or at least see their faces larger as prints on a wall.

 
At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Art said...

Please show more of Tim Greyhavens' work - it is very different from the usual glitzy shots that I'm so tired of. These are photos that I can look at for a long time and not get bored.

 
At 10:41 PM, Anonymous Alexandra said...

You seem to make it difficult to comment on these particular images - the comments link for these photographers goes to another set of photographers.

Anyway, I do really like Tim Greyhavens' photos. They're not the usual over-saturated commercial shots - much more like the feel of early pictorialists. I want to study these pictures more each time I look at them.

 

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