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June 1, 2017

R-G-B Trichromy with Young Kim

In his latest Stocksy series, “R-G-B Trichromy“, Alaska-based photographer Young Kim manipulates movement to capture the Bering Sea in a new light. “The trichromy process is perfect for capturing a single moment while also emphasizing the ever flowing circumstances surrounding that instance,” Kim reflects.

Shot with a medium format Mamiya 7 II on black and white Ilford Delta 400 film, Kim’s red, green and blue filter composites represent the full colour spectrum, transforming coastlines into psychedelic seascapes.

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“I've always been drawn to the water and by the qualities of photography that allow for it to freeze moments in time.” - Young Kim

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Young Kim was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska where he currently resides, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Communications at the University of Alaska Anchorage. It is Young’s hope to continue traveling to different parts of the Alaskan coasts, creating more trichromy images. Connect with Young Kim at Stocksy >>

 


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