Really amazing stuff, it resonates with me!>
stagesoffalling said: best blog i've found in a long time, thank you.
thank you. i’ll try to post new articles soon. xx andf>
does anybody know what we’re looking for?
i have rarely seen a style such as andy denzler’s one. one doesn’t know if his work is a painting, video art or painting on photography. i like the way he plays between abstraction and reality, which puts a doubt into the reader’s mind concerning his tools of creation. he pushes the limit in a fictional world which quite looks real, though.
i really enjoyed watching his paintings and i think there is much to read and understand.
to be natural.
generally i really don’t appreciate fashion photography, commercials and easy fashion magazine shootings because of their lac of poetry and creativity. they mostly love to make the models stand out, by making them look artificially sexy and cool in order to sell us illusions and to push us to consummation. but there is mostly not much love left for the clothes and natural beauty, such as one can find in real life.
now there’s when peter lindbergh has written some fashion photography history. not only by choosing striking natural, beautiful woman, he also puts the spot on the beauty of clothes. he’s one of the few fashion photographers i have always admired.