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Photographer Creates Fungus and Destroys Photos with Beautiful Results

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Korean photographer Seung-Hwan Oh began experimenting with mold and film after reading a BBC article about it. He takes photos and stores the film in a warm and wet environment to encourage fungi to grow. Apparently only one out of ever 500 frames of medium format color reversal film turns out properly so it’s a rather expensive creative process. Take a look at more images from his series “Impermanence” below.

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Seung-Hwan Oh’s Website

Via: WIRED

 

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