DAVID GLÜCK  
DIGITAL DIRECTOR

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Inoperative Capacities


These photographs of an iPhone X depend on a push and pull between brightness, contrast, shadows, highlights, whites and blacks. It is therefore important that the images become readable as soon as they are edited. Taking photos on an iPhone cause extreme damage to JPEG files when they are captured in a dark room with very little light. The abstraction therefore already takes place during the recording which can bring out an unusual texture. This simple process makes it possible to put together an image out of the seemingly limitless range of digital possibilities. By capturing in low light with light and shadow and different orientations, the source material can be abstracted to collapse. While the images look entirely distorted, they are actually only manipulated by brightness, contrast, shadows, highlights, whites and blacks.

Hardware: iPhone X Software: Lightroom (brightness, contrast, shadows, highlights, whites and blacks)


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