When it’s produced without a camera, but in the darkroom.
Fine art photographer Garry Fabian Miller creates his images by passing light through filters of oil, coloured water and even objects onto photo-sensitive paper.
Garry Gabian Miller really does write with light, creating wonderful images that truly embody the beauty and spontenity of photography. They’re kind of cosmic, timeless, fascinatingly abstract in form and colour – they capture something ‘else’.
The pictures I make are of nothing which exists in the world . . . What I am trying to suggest is a state of mind which lifts the spirits and gives strength and some kind of clarity.’ Garry Fabian Miller, 2003 (Source)