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

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