Dominic Rouse

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Dominic Rouse (born Dominic Hugh Peter Rouse, 15 August 1959) is an English photographer and visual artist whose career has included photojournalism, advertising, commercial and fine art photography. He is an early practitioner of digital photography.

Career[edit]

He is known for producing large format silver prints from digitally composed negatives.[1]

His more recent commercial works were made using a computer without the use of a camera and are generally exhibited as contemporary pop street/urban art.[2]

He has been described by America's Black & White Magazine as a "master of digital manipulation"[3] and his black and white silver prints were lauded by the editor of the British Journal of Photography as "masterpieces" when 'Haunted by a Painter's Ghost' was exhibited in London.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rouse, Dominic. "Hauntedsay". Haunted by a Painter's Ghost. Retrieved 15 November 2016. 
  2. ^ Best, David. "Dominic Rouse-Telling Truthful Lies". Black & White Magazine. Novato, CA: Ross Periodicals. Retrieved 28 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Issue No. 45". Black & White Magazine. Novato, CA: Ross Periodicals. Retrieved 28 March 2017. 

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