PRLog - May 28, 2012 - BRISBANE, Australia -- Brisbane landscape photographers Stef Dunn and Jason Asher will open their first major exhibition of work at the Art Factory Gallery in South Brisbane next month.
The collection of work celebrates a sense of place and unique natural beauty through stunning detail and vivid colour.
The exhibition represents a “return to first principles” for the pair of artists as they turn away from the digital revolution and explore a more considered and contemplative approach to the unique land and seascapes of Australia’s East Coast.
The artists’ use of large and medium format film media and their application of timeless photographic technique has resulted in a collection of images of exhilarating dimension and extraordinary quality.
These are images that use size, tone and detail to transport the viewer and create a sense of wonder and reverence.
In the era of the digital camera this exhibition unashamedly attempts to lift the visual standard and to illustrate that technology runs a distant second to ability and craft.
Visitors will leave this exhibition believing landscape photography is more difficult and much more important than they first thought.
Stef and Jason share an unmatched ability to interpret and reflect a deep fascination and love of the natural environment through the lens.
All in Place opens at the Art Factory Gallery – 84 Merivale St, South Brisbane on June 29 at 6pm for media and invited guests and only. The exhibition is open to the public from June 30 to July 11, 11am to 6pm daily.
Visit http://www.steffoto.com or http://www.jasonasherphotography.com