Jean-François Rauzier — photography

Fascinated by photography from an early age, Jean-François Rauzier graduated from the School Louis Lumière in 1976. He has since been working as a professional photographer, while developing a personal creative work.
In 2002, his artistic work takes an innovative and radical turn: he invents the concept of the HYPERPHOTO. He creates virtual images consisting of several hundreds of shots, taken with a telephoto lens and assembled by computer.
In his monumental works he mixes the infinitely big and the infinitesimal, in a profusion of details so unusual as fascinating. The image thus recomposed numerically gives way to the dreamlike world of the artist.

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20 Mar 2013

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