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December 6, 2013

Jasmine Swope is a Serbian-born American photographer based in Santa Monica, California, who combines large format camera, digital processes and traditional platinum/palladium printing, which is known for its great tonal range and archival permanence.

SwopeJ8untitled.jpg Jasmine Swope, untitled, from The Tides of El Matador

This body of work consists of a series of photographs during low tide at El Matador State Beach in Malibu and it explores the picturesque coastline of rocky points, deep bays, sunny beaches, marine life, habitats and ecosystems.

SwopeJPointMalibu.jpg Jasmine Swope, Point Dume No. 1 Malibu, California

It is slow methodical photography that shows the power and strength of large format photography.

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