Tim Tadder’s back again, this time with new Water Wigs–for ladies. Check them out and they are just as good as all of his other photos are. Keep it up, Tim!
It’s officially safe to call water photography a Southern California photography subgenre. You have Jill Greenberg’s Glass Ceiling and Tim Tadder’s Fish Heads and Water Wigs and Christy Lee Rogers’ Reckless Unbound and, now, we have a photographer who stripped the idea down to playing with liquid itself: Los Angeles photographer Andrew Hall‘s Liquids In Motion.
Christy Lee Rogers is a Los Angeles based fine art photographer. Her work deals with the body as it is obscured and complicated by water. She’s a native Hawaiian which we assume has something to do with her wanting to create this dialogue between humans and the ocean and other water masses. The result of this exploration are non-manipulated photos that look a lot like paintings.
Last time we checked in with photographer Tim Tadder, he was making some pretty fishy photos. He has a new project he shared that is very different but also uses water in an ingenious, manipulative way: he’s used water to make wigs. Water Wigs are a series of photos he made that use water balloons as the catalyst for bright, wacky photos.
Tim Tadder is a Southern California based photographer. His work tends to be very high gloss and masculine with his lens very often focused on athletes and persons in motion. His work has recently gotten some attention as he did a series of photos that are quite eye catching. The series is entitled Fish Heads and sees men and women going face first into pools of water, resulting in visually rich photographs.