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NOVI Water Tower Novi Special art photo print
NOVI Water Tower Novi Special art photo print
Photo #837
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

NOVI WATER TOWER Novi Special Water Tower photo picture art print photography for sale. This is multiple exposure photo of NOVI MI NOVI SPECIAL WATER TOWER photo picture art print photography for sale of this NOVI MI NOVI SPECIAL WATER TOWER landmark celebrating some of the auto racing history that originated in this area. It is a wonderful remnant of old more rural Novi before it's transformation into a bustling commercial area.

According to The Novi Motorsports Hall of fame "Ed & Bud Winfield designed and built a 181 cubic inch supercharged V-8 engine in 1938. It was arguably the most advanced piston engine in the world. It was this engine that became the famous Novi V-8 and powered a series of Novi Specials at Indianapolis from the 1940′s through the 1960′s. Even after the last Novi Special raced in 1965, the name has been associated with speed and power." Hence on THE NOVI WATER TOWER we see written: 'BIRTHPLACE OF THE NOVI SPECIAL'.

The vibrant colors and artistic appearance of this image are a result of nationally known photographer and artist Jan Kaulins having taken nine separate bracketed digital photographic exposures and blended them artistically to creat this unique photo.

This is an original MULTIPLE EXPOSURE High Dynamic Range color photograph created by nationally recognized artist/photographer Jan Kaulins. It is one of the newest artistic images in his most recent series of photographs (2011). Each photograph has been created from nine separate photographic digital exposures and then layered together into one photographic image. It is then ‘tone-mapped’ where individual areas of the photo, as well as contrast, saturation and other qualities of the image can be artistically manipulated to bring out the artistic effects that make these photos so visually unique and striking. Some of the photos in this series are even further enhanced for artistic effect giving them an almost painterly or graphic silkscreened look.

This is a relatively new photography technique which uses the blending of the nine multiple bracketed exposures to capture and emulate the way that light levels in the real world vary over an enormous tonal range, from the brightest area of sunlight to the darkest area in the shadows. All of these varying degrees of light cannot be exposed properly and captured in a single photograph---hence the necessity of layering and combining of the multiple over and under exposures to allow the viewer to see all of the existing areas of light at one time in one photo. The enhanced saturation and color of the multiple images also is a partial result of this very unique photographic process and can be quite stunning and dramatic.

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