About Jason Dailey
About my process
Much of this body of work was developed after a long exploration of alternative image capture techniques and layering them along the way.
There are several series represented here. Many are based on, and actively employ, three experiences; passing of time, the impermanence of moments and missing perfection.
The elements in the photographs are familiar places easily found. An important aspect of the work is the ability to reproduce at least a few of the layered techniques at any given time at any given place. Non-traditional capture techniques eschew expectations.
These images explore removing our own roadblocks and defining a different language for landscapes that are more emotional and ethereal, something that cannot be taken or handled.
A second theme emerges regarding the veracity of our memories; what and how we recall our past. Some of these images feel like unformed memories waiting for detail and each individual adds their own.
Fundamentally, the aim of the work is simply to skirt perfection and harvest from random moments.
I am a Kansas based photographer, currently working wherever I can take a photograph.
Exploring the world and always searching for non-traditional methods of capture.
Since 2003 my day job is hustling for lifestyle and portrait photography and video.
Prints: Archival Pigment Print on Moab Entrada Bright Rag 300 gsm paper
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