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Jerry Uelsmann. Forty years ago, Jerry Uelsmann was an avant-garde photographer, using multiple negatives in a darkroom to create a single print that juxtaposed images in a strange, surreal way. Manipulating an image was considered heresy by some photography purists back then. Today Uelsmann is the traditionalist, continuing to use multiple enlargers in a darkroom rather than computer programs such as Photoshop for his ravashing works.

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Incredible Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop

Incredible Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop by Jerry Uelsmann

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Jerry Uelsmann. Photo montage.Uelsmann received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1967 and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1972. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, a founding member of The Society of Photographic Education and a former trustee of the Friends of Photography. Uelsmann’s work has been exhibited in more than 100 individual shows in the United States and abroad over the past thirty years.

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Jerry Uelsmann Interview Surrealist Photography

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Jerry Uelsmann's Analog Dreams

Fascinating NYT interview with photographer, Jerry Uelsmann. Before Photoshop allowed image makers to bend reality to their will with a single keystroke there was Jerry Uelsmann.

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Jerry Uelsmann, one of my favorite photographers

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Jerry Uelsmann Photography

Jerry Uelsmann is an American photographer known for his photographic montages. Surrealist creations created without the help of photo editing softwares to ...

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Jerry Uelsmann. All done in the darkroom, still in this day and age!

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Incredible Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop

Jerry Uelsmann has been manipulating photos long before Photoshop transformed the world of photography. The skilled and diligent creative has produced remarkably believable surreal landscapes by hand in the dark room. Without the aid of photo editing software, Uelsmann uses multiple negatives and up to a dozen enlargers to create composite images that boast a wild imagination.

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