Watching Paint Dry

I liked to take the most boring things in the world, i.e. inkjet printing, or watching paint dry and see if I could make them interesting, at least mildly interesting.

I have no idea why, but it was I guess just the challenge. In this case I used about every technique I knew at the time, and photographed the print Crossing Brooklyn Bridge. My current project is going to be watching paint dry through an electronic microscope.

Published by Dave

My name is David Beckerman. I am a fine art photographer working in New York City. Or I was before I had two strokes. I now write from a Nursing Home.

3 thoughts on “Watching Paint Dry

    1. i always used the biggest cartridges available. later i got the next size printer. and also got the largest cartridges. really expensive.


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