"Photography isn't a creation of mine, it's rather a testimony". Perhaps this time Brice Ferré, a professional French commercial photographer and portraitist based in Vancouver, is not of this opinion.
We chose one of his least commercial works, "Abstract Series", in which the backlit nude female subjects are overexposed to the extent their silhouettes and physical features are consumed.
The retouches in this photographic series stand out, giving the images a certain depth. More than in other works of his, here the photographer develops his own language, going beyond the mere representation of a garment and introducing metaphors and scenarios that surpass seasonal trends.
In "Abstract Series",, photography is transformed into painting, colors become watery, contours are blurred as if with swift and light brushstrokes. The delicate harmony of colors, transparencies and almost blinding luminosity make the subjects appear as if dream figures, soaked in a mystery called charm.
Photos via briceferrestudio.com