Dominic Rouse

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Dominic Rouse (born Dominic Hugh Peter Rouse, August 15, 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 BW Magazine as a "master of digital manipulation" 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]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rouse, Dominic. "Hauntedsay". Haunted by a Painter's Ghost. Retrieved 15 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "Dominic Rouse-Telling Truthful Lies". 

2. http://www.bandwmag.com/articles/dominic-rouse-telling-truthful-lies