Thursday, June 23, 2011

Paul Hadley's Ambervision: Road Trips and Americana

Images photographed out of focus, resulting in dreamy, cartoonish landscapes that can look more like watercolor paintings than photographs. He calls it Ambervision.

Most photographs taken while driving behind the wheel of a car on some road trip adventure, typically in the western United States.

No images altered with photoshop - just the luck of capturing an image at the right moment and the right angle, with the setting just enough out of focus to retain the image, but give it the dreamy, water color feel. And all of this while behind the wheel, speeding down the road.

Check out a small sample of photographer/artist Paul Hadley's work on his website: More work will be posted on the site in the future and for more information, please contact the artist via his website.

He has a show - Road Trip - opening next week in Dusseldorf, Germany at the So What Gallery. You can find more information about it on his website or the So What Gallery facebook page. 

My Scenic Byway will be headed for Germany next week to attend the show and support my man. If you find yourself in the Dusseldorf area, please join us. The show opens on June 30, invitation only, and then opens to the public on July 1.

My Scenic Byway - Paul Hadley, 2008 - Limited Edition Print

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