According to Wikipedia, a photograph may be described as overexposed when it has a loss of highlight detail, that is, when important bright parts of an image are “washed out” or effectively all white, known as “blown out highlights”.
No, these are not just a bunch of overexposed pictures, these are purposely done by TOMAAS for the project White Dreams. This is some good example to show you that there’s nothing wrong at overexposing, if done right. In fact overexposing is one of many techniques that is used frequently in Photography.
TOMAAS is a New York based photographer, here is a little intro about him:
Visionary image-maker TOMAAS creates cinematic, surreal, yet realistic fashion and beauty imagery. His edgy signature style is vibrant, dramatic and subtle. His exceptional selection of locations entices him to intimately capture his subjects and their environment. TOMAAS’ work exemplifies a unique photographic experience where subject matter, atmosphere and environment coalesce into a single narrative that reveals its own story. In contrast to more traditional photographic works where art often imitates life, his images compellingly reveal themselves in a manner that resembles cinematic images in real time. All details are equally essential. TOMAAS’ precise vision illuminates a complete concept that creates a bold and indelible impression. His work has been and continues to be shown in an ever expanding number of international publications and New York galleries.
Find more of TOMAAS’ project at Behance, have a quick glance of other nice pictures by TOMAAS at the very end of the post.
Other Pictures by TOMAAS