i like the introspectiveness about photography present in liz deschenes' work. as brian sholis puts it: "for several years, deschenes has teased apart the photographic process in compelling ways, mixing and matching its steps in an attempt to explain the camera’s magic without diminishing it..." take a look at more of liz's work here.
[all liz deschenes. top to bottom: moire #9. 2006. photograph #8. 2004. green screen #5.]