Massiv
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Massiv

Project occasion

Final project | photography course | FHNW HGK Basel

Techniques & procedure

Creating a series by formal concept | Photoshop

Date
Category
Photography
About This Project

A massif can be described as a closed block of rocks, such as a mountain massif. It‘s compact, appears powerful and can almost feel threatening. With different techniques and color spectra, single or several mountains are photographed. The mountain is the focal point around which the world unfolds and it is an integral part of a landscape. There‘s an abstract and a realistic photo from the same mountain. The image series had to be processed and output in the color space RGB Adobe1998 and CMYK ISO Coated v2.