Pluta uses a large format camera for his images, employing complex lighting and technical camerawork to produce a variety of vibrant and colorful abstracted flowers. There is no darkroom or computer manipulation of his affected flow images. The final artwork is always presented as a cibachrome print and has a painterly quality.
Pluta’s work is created by using Sinar 8×10 inch camera. For some compositions, Carl Zeiss Mirotar lens one of the world’s rarest, is under on the Sinar 8×10, making it the only camera construction of its kind. Using unconventional and complex lighting technique, the full frame image is exposed on 8×10 Fuji chrome film. There is no darkroom or computer manipulation, nor retouching of the original color transparency. He developed his own unique style through experimentation. Each series of work produced brings about imaginative abstractions and varied color palettes.
Pluta has been exhibited at the Steuben Gallery in New York since 1990. His photographic works are collected publicly and privately . Notably there are 12 pieces , being in the collections of the Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal of Saudi Arabia.
Branding, Fashion, paintings