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A New Eye: Looking at the world through macro photography 

Photography by Martin Del Busto of nettles.
Photography by Martin Del Busto of nettles.
Written by
Matthew Tillett
Published date
25 March 2019

Camberwell BA Fine Art Photography student Martin del Busto has made a set of new books entitled A New Eye. The books bring together a collection of photographs taken with a macro lens whilst he was at home in Bilbao, Spain over Christmas.

The photographs capture a variety of man made and natural textures in his local neighbourhood. The series was a way to experiment with the equipment and try to capture what our eye cannot see. The work is a continuation of his interest in exploring the camera and its’ possibilities.

A New Eye books by Martin Del Busto.
A New Eye books by Martin Del Busto. Caption
Photography by Martin Del Busto of white stones.
Photographs from A New Eye by Martin Del Busto. Caption
Spread from A New Eye a photography book by Martin Del Busto.
Spread from A New Eye by Martin Del Busto. Caption
Photography by Martin Del Busto of read and pink plastic textures.
Photographs from A New Eye by Martin Del Busto. Caption
Photography by Martin Del Busto of soap bubbles.
Photographs from A New Eye by Martin Del Busto. Caption
Photography books entitled A New Eye by Martin Del Busto.
Spreads from A New Eye by Martin Del Busto. Caption

Find out more about BA Fine Art Photography at Camberwell College of Arts.

See more work by Martin Del Busto.