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LIQUID MIRRORS #8

“Liquid Mirrors” is an ongoing project— started in late 2012— where I use mylar to photograph the reflections of my subjects. I am mimicking the medium of oil painting through a digital practice, while speaking about reflections and how they distort our perceptions of reality. Crafting these images sparked my experimentation with layering subjects in front of my lens to create quizzically surreal photographs without the use of Photoshop.

JORDAN TIBERIO

Skillfully turning the ordinary into the remarkable, Jordan Tiberio's photography captivates by recasting mundane, everyday objects into delightful centerpieces. To achieve this desired effect, Jordan shoots in unconventional ways. Often she shoots with a scarf covering her lens, or photogprahjng reflections-- which can be seen in her series Liquid Mirrors. Her recurrent use of layering ensures that the photographic process goes beyond just taking the first exposure.

LIQUID MIRRORS #8

by JORDAN TIBERIO

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LIQUID MIRRORS #8

“Liquid Mirrors” is an ongoing project— started in late 2012— where I use mylar to photograph the reflections of my subjects. I am mimicking the medium of oil painting through a digital practice, while speaking about reflections and how they distort our perceptions of reality. Crafting these images sparked my experimentation with layering subjects in front of my lens to create quizzically surreal photographs without the use of Photoshop.

JORDAN TIBERIO

Skillfully turning the ordinary into the remarkable, Jordan Tiberio's photography captivates by recasting mundane, everyday objects into delightful centerpieces. To achieve this desired effect, Jordan shoots in unconventional ways. Often she shoots with a scarf covering her lens, or photogprahjng reflections-- which can be seen in her series Liquid Mirrors. Her recurrent use of layering ensures that the photographic process goes beyond just taking the first exposure.

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