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History

“That’s the problem with history, we like to think it’s a book—that we can turn the page and move the fuck on. But history isn’t the paper it’s printed on. It’s memory, and memory is time, emotions, and song. History Read More

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Winterwonderland

I am still in my bed but I couldn’t resist to look out of the window. And that’s where I found my picture for today. For some unknown reason the world outside has transformed itself to a winter wonderland. 24.01.2019

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Blue-Green

“For a moment the image before us is frozen: our world, our lives, reduced to a handful broken stars half lost in uncharted space. Then it’s gone, the view swallowed by the hyperspace winds streaming past, blue-green auroras wiping the Read More

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Master

Do you know these followers of yours that post the most beautiful pictures of delicious food on their feeds? And each time you show up with your empty dish and ask what exactly you can try they say “Too late” Read More

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Snowstorm

And while I got lost in that snowstorm and found myself in the deepest forest a little voice in my head said: “Look!” Inspired by @fifisfotos and her magical trees. 10.01.2019

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Flow / Foxy

On January 10th 2018 I posted two pictures: “Flow” and “Foxy“.And because 365 days later we have snow and a covered sky, I will only try to find one again. Wish me luck! 10.01.2018

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Questions over Questions

The form or shape of a subject will play a crucial role in how you approach your subject. Assess the form carefully and think about which aspects of the subject you want to exploit, for example, is it very straight and formulaic, does it lots of curves and imply movement or is it a natural object whose form will change over time? Decide whether you want the form of the subject as a whole to be within the image or whether you want to focus in on one particular area of interest. Also think about whether there are any recognisable shapes that you can work with, be it circles, triangles or hexagons, use them to your advantage!”

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Remains

“Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography Step 4 – Pattern & Line The first key element to look at is the pattern and lines within your subject. Look carefully at your subject and consider whether there are any reoccurring shapes or themes Read More