23 Apr 2014

Photographic Paintings

The title of this article would be too long if we described all the processes that go into creating these images, so we kept it simple and now we are going to explain further.  We have called them paintings, because they look like Old Masters taken from a museum.  All-rounder Australian Artist Alexia Sinclair creates these impressive images using the following processes: Costume and Makeup Applications, Photography (separately for the Model and the Scenery) Computer manipulation to fuse all these separate processes into "A Frozen Tale" Picture.  More information photographs and 2 videos in the Article.  To get the best effect, once in the article you can enlarge the image by pressing it (not the first one).

The Cabinets of Curiosity.
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The background Photographs were taken in the Skokloster Slott Castle (Commissioned by count Carl Custaf Wrangel in the 17th Century, on Lake Mälaren, 80km from Stockholm, Sweden).  This 300 hundred year old castle makes the perfect backdrop for these incredible pictures.  Below 2 videos that show a bit more of the process.

The Feast.
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The Countess’ Drawing-room.
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The Library.
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The Attic.
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The Portrait Hall.
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The Marble Room.
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The King's Hall.
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The Armoury.
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