How Fine Art Photographer Gray Malin Got the Shot: Bananas

4/07/2020 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

How Gray Malin Got the Shot: Bananas

Go behind the scenes of BANANAS I, from the second installment of Gray's Far Far Away series. Fine art photographer Gray Malin is well known for his creativity, taking his ideas to the most remote places in the world. For this impossible image,  Gray creates an optical illusion using a food photography resource to create volume.



Shot on location at the world's largest salt flat in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni, high color temperatures deliver unbelievable hues much more vivid than the eye can see.


The process required transporting the 500 bananas as fast as possible to prevent that fruit from spoiling and to ruin the photograph. If you are wondering if Gray uses photoshop in this image, we advance you that not.

The Story of Gray Malin



In this second video, you can know how Gray took a leap of faith, started selling his work in a flea market and created a series named Prada Marfa.



Enjoy the experience and remember that inspiration helps you to create incredible images near your own house, take advantage of your surroundings and create like Gray, don't limit yourself.







You may also like: The Making of Bon Voyage Series at 30,000 feet in the air

About  Gray Malin:


 Gray Malin is an internationally renowned fine art photographer and New York Times best-selling author whose work combines the spirit of travel, adventure, luxury, and artistry. Gray invites everyone to join his adventure, capturing timeless moments that evoke joy and inspire wanderlust, and creating uplifting imagery for people to display in their home. Let's Get Connected: graymalin.comTwitter | Facebook | Instagram


Image and video via Gray Malin

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