Following the theme of how we look at and perceive everyday things, the #everydayfilters project endeavours to shed new light on what the everyday looks like through physical filters, made of everyday objects, instead of the typical digitally applied filters (such as Instagram or photoshop filters) that social media users add to snaps of everyday life. It’s about ‘editing’ what we see by using physical objects rather than digital filters. This project is inspired by my love for analogue methods of creating interesting visual effects, allowing me to be less reliant on digital editing of imagery. In a world that is continuously evolving towards digital simulations and virtual reality, I find it important to realise that the physical world should not be taken for granted.
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