Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Ouch! That Must Have Hurt

The photography artist Kerry Skarbakka is presents a gallery of photos that scares, brings the ouch effect besides the question "how that photo was taken?" bumping in the heads of the audience.

Skarbakka, has a BA degree of Studio Arts from University of Washington.

I have no clue about photography technique, but in each photo, it is Kerry Skarbakka himself who looks one second away from break off his bones.

He is falling from trees, bridges, over his bike, from the stairs...

Actually, that is not a motion photography, but he is standing still with the help of some wires, ropes and some other supporting material. He is not putting himself under any risks but photos are taken safely.

This interesting artist has got a gallery on www.skarbakka.com ...

There are a number of other devastating photos in diverse portfolios. Do not miss them as well.

According to his assertions, he decided to take photos of fall after he saw people jumping off the twin towers to survive, but who died as well, on 9/11/2001.

In his interview to Chicago Sun Times he said:

"I was so distraught, I needed some way to find an artistic response"


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