Former student's photography work
on display in British camera magazine


A former student's photography rated a two-page, full-color spread in the November 2010 issue of Digital Camera, a leading British photography magazine.

Igor Kraguljac, who earned a Master of Science in Visualization Sciences degree at Texas A&M in 2008, produced a series of images inspired by the chiaroscuro style used by Carvaggio, an Italian artist who lived from 1571-1610, by photographing models submerged in a swimming pool. The magazine displayed one of the images from the shoot, detailing how Kraguljac created the photos and the technical hurdles he had to overcome.

Kraguljac’s chiaroscuro-themed photographs were featured in a fall 2008 exhibit, "Renaissance MMVIII," at the Texas A&M College of Architecture’s Wright Gallery. His work has been displayed in numerous other venues, including the Idea Generation Gallery in London and the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colo.

His chiaroscuro series has also been featured in several publications, including the spring 2009 issue of Oranges and Sardines.

“My process starts with a flash of inspiration, either from an artist whom I admire or from some other design or concept that I find particularly interesting,” Kraguljac told the magazine. “From there, I start to develop the idea in my head.”

To see more of Kraguljac's work, visit


- Posted: Nov 15, 2010 -

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