Photographer Creates Surreal Pictures Through Camera Errors

Photographer Creates Surreal Pictures Through Camera Errors
Design

Jay Mark Johnson creates surreal images that record people and objects moving through time instead of space.

Carib Guerra
  • 17 october 2012

Jay Mark Johnson was intrigued by the dreamlike effects created when moving objects passed in front of the slit-scan camera he was using for high-resolution panoramas.

Instead of correcting the ‘error’, Johnson experimented with controlling the camera’s focus and timing. These surreal photos are the results.

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