...analog snapshots, partly taken at night or at dusk. A tripod is not used.
Components such as pillars, concrete edges or other parts found in the urban environment sometimes serve as tripot-like tools.
The chosen procedure shapes the appearance of the pictures. It is responsible for certain perspectives,
for the specific and indented accidental blurring of illuminated architectures into a shimmering light landscape.
What You Get to See is a Reflection: Distortion and Blurring
Photographed Analog, No Digital Manipulation;

by Martina Chmelarz 1998 bis 2009

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