Surreal landscapes

    From photographer Nat Martin’s show “Nat Martin: New Landscapes,’’ at the Kingston Gallery, Boston, through Oct. 28. The gallery describes his “photographic journey through real and augmented landscape, characterized by virtual experimentation and the inspiration of historical photography along with alternative processes. … As he developed this current series of constructed landscapes, Martin revisited his older landscape photographs as if they were found imagery. He employed a wide range of imaging techniques to reinvent the landscapes, bending the shots towards their opposite mood and creating surreal effects. Day becomes night, heat changes to snow, and visible film grain gives images stylized, painterly effects.’’

From photographer Nat Martin’s show “Nat Martin: New Landscapes,’’ at the Kingston Gallery, Boston, through Oct. 28. The gallery describes his “photographic journey through real and augmented landscape, characterized by virtual experimentation and the inspiration of historical photography along with alternative processes. … As he developed this current series of constructed landscapes, Martin revisited his older landscape photographs as if they were found imagery. He employed a wide range of imaging techniques to reinvent the landscapes, bending the shots towards their opposite mood and creating surreal effects. Day becomes night, heat changes to snow, and visible film grain gives images stylized, painterly effects.’’