Anatomy of Process in the Digital Age
Aired On: Mar 15, 2012
Todd Baxter discusses how his artistic process for making photographs, from pre-production to post-production, utilizes both the oldest and the most cutting-edge artistic techniques available.
Prior to his photography career, Todd Baxter worked mostly in painting and collage, both of which continue to influence his current approach to fine art and commercial photography. Much of his work involves digital collage of elements from different photos into a single frame.
As of December 17, 2011
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