Photography is not a truthful representation of the world (it never was and digital imaging just makes “enhancing” reality easier) – but it can be close to be a representation of the photographer’s reflection of the world.
My images are subjective. I do not believe in objectivity of photography although I generall do not alter my photos beyond contrast / saturation and cropping. The images are about the second look, the split second of change and the angle of view that converts a “postcard” scenery into the beginning of imagination.
During my time at university I wrote Haiku and found them to be a good exercise to capture the essence of (perceived) reality. A few years later I set aside the pen and took up a camera to do the same.
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