Photographer Inspiration: Patrick Gries

Patrick Gries took an unusual subject, skeletons, and created an amazing series of photos that has turned into an exhibition that is being shown internationally. Take some time to peruse his photos and think of how you can create something unique in your photography like Gries' work.

Tim Barribeau writes:

For six months, photographer Patrick Gries spent every day photographing 250 skeletons from Museum of Natural History in Paris and other French museums. Each skeleton was rendered against a stark, plain, black background. Yet even with such a restricted environment, he managed to create some of the most amazing photos we've ever seen.

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