Photography, Fine Art, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative photography

Dragan Živadinov – new creative portrait

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dragan živadinov foto 20090901_2406
Dragan Živadinov is one of the most important active Slovenian artist. He is one of the founders of Neue Slowenische Kunst, in 1999 he was first theater director who made a «Zero Gravity Biomechanical Theater», he reveled to wider audience a work of Herman Potočnik Noordung (1892 – 1929) one of first great pioneers of space travel, Dragan is also a passionate promoter of Slovenian branch of European Space Agency and foremost Dragan is a very passionate person. Really joyful to share his vision of art, space and other bigger then life ideas. I had this idea for his portrait for a very long time and now Jure Aleksič wrote an excellent article about Dragan, so I got a chance to do the portrait for Mladina weekly.

If you’re interested in technical details of th picture click HERE. I’ve illuminated him with hand held flash SB-900 strength 1/32.


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  1. Kaj je pa s senco pred obrazom?


    3 September, 2009 at 21:50

  2. to je senca na fototapeti 🙂
    ne, se hecam. TO je ker je bila ekspozicija minuto in oseba ne more čist na miru stat, tako se je Dragan premaknil malo naprej in je črna silhueta spredaj in glava je malo zadaj pobrana.

    Borut Peterlin

    3 September, 2009 at 22:16

  3. Aaaa … Sem mislil, da si ga prilepil s Photoshopom na ozadje, in mi zato ni bilo jasno kako je nastala senca 😀


    3 September, 2009 at 22:51

  4. best striptiz ever!


    5 September, 2009 at 14:53

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