7/23/2012

Portraits taken by Lucas Rachner

In this post I want to show you some portraits
that I have been taking over the past years.
Three of them I have edited colorful whereas
one of them is B/W as it fits better to
the environment.
Hope you like them!

(c) Lucas Rachner

(c) Lucas Rachner

(c) Lucas Rachner

(c) Lucas Rachner

6/15/2012

Long Exposure

In this Post we want to show you some awesome photographs
which are done with very long exposure.

Please help us to make our photographs become more famous
and become our Facebook Fan. If you have any questions or
jobs for us, do not hesitate to email us.

Have a great week.

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

(c) Oliver Ohlrogge

6/04/2012

EMMA SYWYJ

During the last weeks we have been thinking of giving other,
talented photographers the opportunity to present their works
on our blog. In this connection, we have been looking for them
on our Twitter and Facebook pages. Today, we want to 
introduce Emma, an artist and photographer who is currently
 presenting her works in a gallery in Glasgow, Scottland. 


Please visit her page and help her to share her 
photographs if you like them :
http://www.emma-sywyj.com/

We are always interested in your photographs so 
if we really like them, we will publish them here.
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Emma explains her photographs shown below 
in the following way:


"The first image of the village is part of series called
La Dolce Fa Niente, which translate in Italian means
the sweetness of doing nothing. It is part of two other 
series called the China series and Malaysia series,
all three are interconnected. I have dual heritage 
and have family in all of these countries though
closer family in Italy and Malaysia. When I go to 
these countries I feel foreign and like an insider at
the same time, as my families are native. 
During my time in these countries I photograph 
my time there and document my trip. Through 
photographing the experience I go from inside/outsider 
to become something more. 

The image of the chair and the heater is from series
named 'Interiors'. It was a project I conceived at 
University, I was moving around a lot and didn't real
feel I had much of a real home. So I became interested
in other peoples instead, I started photographing
homes in and around South London predominantly
as that's where I was studying. The homes in the series
range from georgian family houses, to squats. In all 
the images there are no actual people present just the
spaces they inhabit, and a trace of their existence, 
which is what I wanted to capture.
The images themselvesare quite bleak and lonely. 
As far as professional photography goes outside of
Fine Art photography, I do a lot of stills for films and 
a media company. "



Enjoy them and have a good week,


Lucas and Oliver.