Pennsylvania photographer can stop time
on Wednesday,December 30,2009 22:12
Long before the creation of DVRs, people have been enamored of the notion of stopping time. Though the concept sounds like little more than science fiction, a Pittsburgh photographer claims that his camera allows him to do just that.
"Photography is a capture of a moment in time," Max Good, a local commercial photographer, tells the Morning Sun. "I have always been fascinated with the time aspect of photography - stopping the space-time continuum."
In his latest exhibition, entitled A Moment in Time, Good captures the fragility of an individual second as reflected in the still motion of wildlife and airplanes in mid flight.
A recreational photographer until the age of 20, Good has since established himself as a prominent commercial artists in the Pittsburgh area, shooting for several local and national advertising and travel campaigns. He has also served as a professor of photography Labette Community College, given presentations at Pittsburgh State University and held several photo workshops in both Kodachrome and digital printing.
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