Anyone versed in Salvador Dali’s art knows that his work and everything he did was nothing less than thought provoking and imaginative. His photography projects are no exception. Just reference the incredible photographic imagery as shown in Dali Atomicus by Philippe Halsman. The incredible image is a remarkable feat for it’s time. Produced in 1948, this photograph took six hours and 28 attempts to capture, which entailed development after each shot, between takes. (How do ya’ like THEM apples digic am users?) Read more below to see exactly how this marvel of photography was created.
The Making of Dali Atomicus.