Second Moon shows 3 decisive moments during the making of a picture of the moon.
The moon, visible against a blue sky, was photographed with an Olympus Penn, 35 mm. However, the negatives (18-24 mm) However, the negatives did not show any appearance of her.
This observation would be the work: a picture of a blue sky, questioning the possibility of capturing a poetic moment with limited technical equipment.
Printing this image on a manual colour device brought the ultimate answer: the moon did appear and even doubled. Click to enlarge.
Contactsheet and unique C-print, framed 45/62.
1997 – 2019