JAMES GREENHALGH'S FIRST PHOTOBOOK.
FEATURED IN THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY & GUP MAGAZINE
Tungsten was a project started in 2016 by James Greenhalgh with the aim of exploring different aesthetic and conceptual challenges: How can the contrast of harsh industrial lines harmonise with the soft curves of the human anatomy? How can environments surrounded by artificial lights emitting colours normally constituted as "ugly" such as murky greens, dull yellows & grainy blues in fact bring out the beauty in the subject? And how can the photographer connect with the subject to create an atmosphere which the audience can empathise with?
"His new book Tungsten explores how masculinity is just a mask and once removed the person's true beauty can come out. Through 35mm film & the natural green/blue / yellow hues of artificial lights, Tungsten displays how normally ugly colours can bring out the beauty in people and their environments."
- Paper Planes Collective
Limited edition of 50 copies.
210mm X 210mm