{Photographer} Ellen Rogers

Photographer Artist, Ellen Rogers is from London. She uses no computer enhancing or Photoshop manipulations to create her work, it comes straight out of traditional darkroom processing, which for me I find most breath taking and refreshing. The use of these long forgotten techniques, brings forth a timeless, dreamlike state that captures the viewers attention and draws them deep into her state of being. She's been featured & interviewed  in numerous publications, she also gives lectures around England. I thrive seeing women making their way in what they love, it's very inspiring. Her work is mind altering in the most amazing of ways,  I adore dreamy things. And I hope you enjoy them too & check out more of her work on the website as there is so much to view & believe me, it gets even better :) Have a marvellous Monday dolls!

xoxoxo

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*All work here is for viewing purposes only, please contact Ellen from the above pages for more information. Do not alter or reproduce without her permission.














115 comments

  1. Hello:
    Ellen Rogers' work is certainly most enticing and does, indeed, have a quality about it which distinguishes it from so much of today's computer generated imagery. It is quite reassuring to discover that the old methods and techniques are not entirely abandoned.

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  2. I like her work. I don't have anything against digital cameras, I have one myself but I think that the film has a special quality, a kind of warmness. These photos are just beautiful, they remind me of the gold age of hollywood and some arty stuff.

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  3. Wow, they're amazing. It's a shame that the old art form of "real" photography is dying out. I remember having a tiny "darkroom" in my parent's "pantry" when I was a teenager and I used to develop my own photos. On the other hand, the sheer amount of photos I now take would probably bankrupt me if I had to process them all in that way... ;-) Have a lovely week and stay warm xo

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  4. Beautifully inspiring.It is, as you say, so refreshing to see art without Photoshop manipulations.
    Have a wonderful Monday, my friend.
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  5. OMG! Her work is exquisite!! It's nice to see that in this 2.0 era where everyhting seems to have lost the "old charm", there are still real artists like her... Love the pictures!!
    Happy monday darling!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  6. wonderful photos! magical and mystical!

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  7. nice!!

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  8. Those pictures are really amazing and Ellen Rogers is certainly very talented! :)

    Caroline
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  9. ohhhh this is different and great!

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  10. nicce post ;)
    xoxo

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  11. Great pictures like always. Great photographer

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  12. she's amaaaazing, love her works!!

    PS. love ur dainty blog, maybe we could follow each other perhaps?
    Just followed you via GFC! Hope you too <3

    DOnt forget to visit my site! :)

    xoxo

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  13. Refreshing is a great way to describe her work. I really like the tones and surprising hints of color.

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  14. Beautiful work!!!
    I follow you!!!
    Have a good week! and my g+ for you...

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  15. AMazing shoot

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    Coline !

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  16. whao!!!! super pictures, lurv the art in these pictures.
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  17. Pretty cool..they have a bit of darkness to them yet beauty. I love how each looks like it's been layered to create a bit of dimension and even more, the fact that nothing has been altered but presented in its raw form. Amazing!

    Enjoy your day;)

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  18. The pics are amazing! I like your blog. What about following each other?

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  19. wow, the work is so interesting and dark. now this is art, it makes women look and feel so mysterious and other worldly, which i love

    xoMarlen
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  20. Surreally beautiful. And I am amazed that this is all out of a dark room. Where does she get her subjects from? They all look like they're from the past.

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  21. I love her work, it's haunting and beautiful!I'd love to make an Ellen Rogers inspired photoshoot!!
    Thank you for turning a dull start of the week into something magical!
    Love xxxxx

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  22. Definitely an inspiration!!

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    xx

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  23. beautiful photos, i really love all of them ;)
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  24. It's beautiful but a little bit too spooky for me...

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  25. thank you for exposing us to her work. stunning!

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  26. Oh wow, these pictures are so haunting and beautiful.

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  27. Amazing And inspiring picos!
    Have a grea week, querida!
    Beijo

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  28. I love and her amazing photography art - I posted about her once- and this brought it right back, what an utterly talented lady:) The way of the darkroom is a skill I'd like to acquire :)
    Happy Monday lovely Doll, hope today is bright and beautiful,
    Axx

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  29. Love her work! It reminds me of Man Ray in the 20th - om of my fave periods - so exiting for art! Hope you make the best of winter doll - am sending you sunshine! xx

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  30. Wow! Amazing pictures - I am so in love! Thanks for your comment, but I have a question: Have You got an owls tattoo? ❤

    xx San☽
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  31. Wow! That is amazing, and especially after reading how she does it!! xoxo Lynn

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  32. Wow these are absolutely stunning, i love her style :) x

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  33. I really like the fashion on your blog so I am now following you! Stop by and follow back if you like.

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  34. Kizzy,

    It's hard to imagine that she did not use some sort of photoshop on these...they are fantastic! They are so vivid and real looking... I love the second image! Great article and inspiration for Monday! :)

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  35. I have so many favourites in this selection Doll, like Kristie says the fact that she didn't use Photoshop was amazing because they are just out of this world, I want to save them all!

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  36. Wow! A little creepy and a lot cool at the same time. :)

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  37. Wooww!! bizarre & totally beautiful! i agree!
    nice for visiting!
    xoxo
    "KS"

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  38. love them! so dark and retro!

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  39. these are so amazing! Thanks alot for sharing this with us! <3

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  40. Stunning photos! And it's amazing that it's all in a darkroom with no photoshop.
    The photos are so dreamy and ethereal :)

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  41. Hi Kizzy! Her work is absolutely stunning! I could look at for hours on end. So amazing that she doesn't use any photo editing. And you're right, it's so refreshing to go back to these techniques.

    Hope you are doing well, sweetie and enjoying a wonderful start to 2013! xoxo

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  42. Very enchanting and beautiful photos. I think this work is very unique, sometimes old work is so much better than all the photoshopped photos.

    Love Bo,
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  43. Seriously, wow! No post production... that is incredible. I love the slightly haunting effect on some of these photos. I can't remember the last time I hit the dark room, maybe at Uni!
    Good to see work like this!
    x.o.x.o

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  44. woooow amazing post!

    Would you like to follow each other?! let me know on my blog :)

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  45. These evoke a kind of digital painting--just stunning!

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  46. Those are really beautiful, especially knowing that they are not digitally edited :)
    Have a happy evening Doll ^^
    xxx, Lara
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  47. Gosh i'm in love with this work :o
    thanks for sharing
    x

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  48. This is absolutely unbelievable! She's such an amazing artist! These images are all so haunting! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  49. Wow! Interesting work. Lots of emotion here and very sensual. The colors are gorgeous!

    Thanks for sharing:) Hope your week is off to a great start!!

    xxL

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  50. Are you serious?? No computer manipulation whatsoever?? This is amazing, just breath taking. These photos have something about them...like the feeling you get when you´re listening to an old vinil...I don´t know how to express it. GREAT work, we really mean it.

    KISSES doll!
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  51. Thanks for introducing us to Ellen Roger's work. She has a distinct style that is beautiful and rather surreal and I love the fact that she doesn't use any computer manipulations in her work.

    Hope your week is off to a wonderful start!
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  52. Amazing! This is one very talented photographer! I've never developed photos in a dark room before.

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  53. Hello my dear friend! Thank you for your welcoming comments:-)It means a lot to me. I enjoyed this post. Her work indeed looks so dreamy and inspiring.

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  54. they look so magical, I love the dark feel towards them.

    xo erica

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  55. Wow amazing work, great blog you have, lets follow each other ? let me know !!
    xoxo

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  56. These are so beautiful Kizzy! Her pictures are amazing! It's great to see a photographer use classic techniques and KNOW classic techniques. HAHAHA I truly feel things today move too fast. I think it takes about 2 weeks for a package to get here. Literally! LOL I'll let you know as soon as I receive it.
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  57. These images are such beauties. I always loved being in the dark room at design school. There's something so unique and raw about the work that can be done by hand. Wishing you a great week dear! xx/Madison

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  58. These are absolutely dreamy Kizzy, I love them! Thanks so much for sharing. You always make the best discoveries! X

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  59. these out of time pictures are amazing !
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  60. Wow, these are enchanting. I am a photographer and have done a bit of dark room work in my time but I'd never be able to recreate anything like this. What talent!

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  61. Waouuuuh! Such inspiring photographs!

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  62. Wow these images are amazing creations of art. That first one blew me away!
    xo
    Sharon

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  63. What amazing images. My husband trained as a traditional photographer and had his own darkroom. He is always saying how easy it has become for anyone to try and be a photographer as any image can be digitally enhanced or a mistake rectified. Ellen's work however takes real skill.
    Hon - can you let me have your email address as you come up as a 'no-reply' blogger when you comment on my blog and so I can't reply to you direct.
    M xx

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  64. Great Post!

    Very interpreting pictures :) And also nice to know you are still using that technique I was thinking about this a week ago so it's fumy that you mentioned it in your post :)


    Love,

    Jen

    www.the-fashion-milkshake.blogspot.nl

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  65. creepy pics but I LVE
    xx
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  66. Amazing that these aren't photo-shopped. Really beautiful.

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  67. woow love the pictures !
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  68. LOVE IT!!! But you already knew I would... ;) I love these photos ESPECIALLY since they were created the old fashioned way. Even though you can do a lot of cool things with photoshop and special effects, this is what I call REAL photography! You actually need to know how to take a good picture to be able to do this! :) xx

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  69. Oh wow, these are wonderfully haunting! Do you know shae acopian detar? You should check her out, I think you would like her stuff.

    On a side note: I just switched my comments to Disqus because I want there to be more of a conversation rather then just people leaving comments. Disqus seems right for that. And thoughts on the switch would be highly appreciated :)

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  70. so interesting post!

    New Post!
    Anthea

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  71. Wow, amazing pics!!! +1 ! Baci Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  72. These photos are a dream! Really beautiful!

    Kisses,

    Babi
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  73. i love these photos. a bit haunting! the second to last is almost zombie like!

    -nico

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  74. beautiful post.
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  75. Oh so gorgeous!
    xx
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  76. Her work is breathtaking!I am enthralled...

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  77. Wow! I love all these pictures so inspiring! I love any kind of beauty ...

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  78. Hi dear =) thank u for the comm =) love ur blog =) I follow u hope u do the same =)

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  79. one big wow, ur blog is amazing, stunning photos! I'm in love with this post! Ofc I'm ur new follower!

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  80. Hello Kizzy!!!!
    These images are amazing!!!!! True talent that no photoshop was used- I love that!!!!!
    They are so breathtaking and beautiful!!!!!
    Hope you're having a great day!!!!!!
    Hugs,
    Shannon
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  81. I like your sense of style.

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  82. Love. It looks as if the photographs are watercolored.
    xo
    ashley
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  83. woah.. this is crazy good

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  84. Very unique photography....
    Thanks for your encouraging sweet comment on my blog dear!
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  85. this pics are beautiful!!!
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  86. thanks for the visit and for follow my blog, i'm follow you now with gfc #590!!
    xoxo

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  87. This is absolute brilliance. And the fact that all images have been darkroom processed only adds to the magnificence. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comment. I am glad you liked my post. Please do visit me again :)

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  88. wow stunning photos!! Love them!
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  89. Lovely photos! so dreamy and seems like a tale :-) I adore how your posts.

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  90. WOW I'm really glad I read the beginning, where you state that she doesn't photo shop her images because this is TRUE artwork. It's breathtaking and fascinating. I could stare at these images all day.

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  91. wow! amazing photos! seriously inspiring! :)

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  92. Truly enchanting images....thanks for sharing a bit of yourself Doll!!!!

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  93. wow wow wow these photos are spectacular!! love that they have a gypsy/bohemian vibe :D

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  94. These are ah-mazing!!! So decadently rich and dark... I'm in love with that fourth one down and the second to the last.

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  95. I had never heard of this photographer before, but it was certainly breathtaking. So pretty :)

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