What photography means to me
I usually have a camera with me. If not then I would think I missed something. The question is why do i need a camera at all? I saw the pictures myself anyway. Everything starts with light. The light interacts with air, with shapes and textures.
And then the perspective, which can be very different even with small position changing. And then the object which seems to be so perfect in front of my eye. So i need the camera as memory, because i can look at the pictures later in the same conditions and maybe use them in composings. I can look forward to unique pictures and release my imagination.
That’s why the photography in itself is not the target but very possibly the beginning of my work. Apart from some creative settings, I use all filters and effects with post-processing. Sometimes I add textures or even foreign objects, so the result deviates from the original image. Despite the fact that photography is essential for me, I have released only a few unedited photos.
Some things are not useful at all at a first look.
But they are beautiful and could be useful upon closer inspection. For some there is less to show, for others it means more concentration, for me should means to offer a big box of information without much effort and come on the point.
C I T Y
I am fascinated by architecture.
Especially where the sky is reflected in the windows. The age and the condition of the building does not matter. The buildings offer a suitable space for life. If the nature serves itself as a model or after the nature acts violently, mostly then could you see these as an art object.
HEAVEN CLOSE TO THE SEA
The water that is coming from the sea.
And it forms clouds and the clouds fall like rain again … and so on. But does water have a memory? Water is full of mystery, water means a great source of inspiration. It does not have a stable form but interacts with the light and can even transmit mood.
A long time ago I discovered my love of nature.
And in particular my special sympathy for trees. They increase the attractiveness of their environment. Eevery single tree is different and it’s at the same time both a nature company and a piece of art.
C A P T U R E D
A small part of the story.
Anything but a simple task. When I think about photography, I think about the position of the sun and that I am happy to observe and to capture different things. The photography is usually digitally processed.
R E S H A P I N G
Other possible arrangement of a landscape with trees and birds.
I tried to symbolize the nature and it was not long ago. Meanwhile, nature is an inherent but desolate part of our reality and a reflection of our behavior. Nonetheless, everything continues to evolve and we too do that. Reshaping is a part of it.
L A N D S C A P E
After a rainy morning, the weather seems to be improving.
The fog banks slip into the mountain valleys… Photography does not just mean catching motives, but also showing how the photographer understands the world. Another aspect, he really understands his world much better.
T H O U G H T L E S S
Some time ago, at one of those sunny days.
…when my dog was looking for a mouse in the overheated fields, I was able to take this pictures. As the sun goes down you suddenly see other facets of the world, it is a kaleidoscope of lights while stronger contrasts dominate the surroundings.