As in much of his work, in this current series “The Individual”, the human form is present in every image and a photograph is used to highlight that person’s own private moment or emotion. However what is unique to this series is the use of paint to represent the individual’s surroundings. This is the first time paint has played a prominent role in any of Robinson’s series.
A collection of photographs where multiple images, text and other media are combined and altered to make them into a single work. All media was printed on transparencies, then layered by hand, lit and reshot every time a new layer was added. This series is a more portrait driven progression of Transparent. The final image is a photographic print. All media was created by Paul Robinson.
A series of collages where photographic images of several cities from around the world are printed on transparencies and then layered by hand on top of one another to create a collage where every layer is visible. This allows for far more depth than is possible with a traditional mixed media or photographic collage. Throughout the process, it is lit and reshot every time a new layer is added. The final images is a photographic print. All images photographed by Paul Robinson.
This collection of multiple exposure photographs layering architecture, landscapes and people from around the world, was created 100% in camera, on film and without any digital manipulation. These images were created using a very structured method of documenting where a particular image was shot as well as where in the frame particular objects are. The film was then rewound, logged and stored until the desired location or image for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th layer was found, sometimes as much as a year passing between layers. The final image is a photographic print.
This collection of photographs is a study on motion and the etherial drifting feeling a long exposure can create.
This collection of photographs is a dissertation on reflective and non reflective surfaces combined to create a particular perspective. This series was shot in many cities around the world and the final image is a photographic print.
This collection of photographs is a whimsical and sometimes sarcastic interpretation of love.
This is a collection of photographs where human beings are used as props for, or intertwined with flowers to create a unique story for each individual image in which a particular flower is highlighted. The final image is a photographic print.
This collection of black and white photographs was shot entirely with a long lens to create a voyeuristic feeling of peering unnoticed into another's private moments.
This series of photographs is a study on the brilliance of water.
A collection on photographs shot while on Safari in the Masai Mara in Kenya during the wildebeest migration.