Photographer turns fish tank into painterly landscape images



It seems that if you want to capture the look and feel of a dense atmosphere, the best way you can do it is to start playing around with a fish tank. Recently, we looked at the work of photographer and visual artist Michael G. Jackson who made arctic icescapes in an aquarium. Kim Keever does something similar, assembling wilderness tableaus in and around a fishtank, using the water to condense miles of atmosphere into a very small space.

Keever's work is bordering on fantasy, and is reminiscent of the vivid colors and laden skies…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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