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okay some of your photographs are usual and boring… others, as this picture with the highlighted rocks as if they were illuminated by spotlights i – personally – have never seen before… these pictures are beautiful! They set a new framework how natural areas can be “occupied” peacefully by people… let me dare to say that your landscapes does`t seem natural… but what remains is their core idea of what characterizes nature together with that new humane set up… due to the lighting and the way you present these natures…
but maybe thats a very personal interpretation…
06/20/2013 at 11:12
Thanks for the view! A combination of natural and artificial lights of a landscape have a surreal appearance in my eye. I have a new series coming out soon that plays with this concept.
11/13/2013 at 15:32
Reminds me a little of breaking bad!
I never ever thought about using strobes on a landscape…. it works. I like it.
06/18/2013 at 06:07
Thanks man. It is fun experimenting with it.
07/17/2013 at 20:38
Beautiful but get a lonely feeling!
06/02/2013 at 16:52
Almost as if they are being left behind
06/02/2013 at 17:47
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