The tilt/shift lens does remarkable things with overexposure and white backgrounds. That being said, the space for the Anjo & Binho album was essentially perfect. The natural light that came in through the front entrance was located in such a way that it allowed for intense bright light without creating any glare.
I especially like photos that create a lack of spatial awareness for the viewer. I have no problem with conceptually creating that feeling and think when used for art related photo shoots it works in tandem. Considering the artwork on the wall was already ‘dreamlike,’ it only seems right that the photos should play along with that.
Going with my overall concept of capturing ‘process’ I really enjoy how this album works as a whole. My favorite photos are the moments when they are not actually spraying/painting but rather looking at their piece in deep concentration. Even more so when they are looking at it together perhaps pointing at an area they are collaborating on.
It is these pictures that mean much more to me then the shots of the final piece. As I have said all along, these albums exist not to show a simple work of art. I much prefer showing the steps required to get there.