f11 Magazine – Roger Arnall

Photographers, Photography

If you don’t already subscribe to f11 Magazine, I would highly recommend it. Each issue features interviews with, along with portfolios of, three diverse photographers. Issue are free to either view online or download as PDFs. I’m a little slow in getting to this month’s issue and wanted to share the work of one of the photographers featured in the May 2016 issue.

Roger Arnall returned to photography after retirement as a mechanical engineer and his series “Human Creations” reveals both interests. There is an attention to detail in these photos that I find refreshing. As he writes on his webpage, “I am drawn to the idea of making images that embrace abstraction, ambiguity, minimalism and a strong graphic design. My images generally seek to move beyond simply documenting a particular subject. They seek to challenge and invite viewers to make their own interpretation.”

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