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Gewächs im Sturm #1
Berlin, 2014

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Greetings from Berlin,
Jan
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Split, 2014

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Split, 2014

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LAKEN, 2014

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LAKEN, 2014

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Himmel #1
2014

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Croatia, 2014

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NEBEL #1
Berlin, 2014

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GEISTER #3
Berlin 2013

If you start doing pho­to­graphy there seem to be dozens of tech­nical hurdles and an over­load of people telling you this and that. In this field almost every per­son has a clear opin­ion about the gear you should use or motifs that are worth being cap­tured. If you try do learn pho­to­graphy via magazines or youtube-tutorials you will end up buy­ing a lot of pho­to­graph­ical non­sense and if your pho­to­graphs do not sat­isfy you there is always the same excuse: “oh man if i had this lense and that stuff everything would work out bet­ter.” (believe me i have been through all of this;))

Without pre­sum­ing that i found the holy grail of pho­to­graphic aes­thet­ics this series shall stand for the other way of approach­ing pho­to­graphy: give a shit about gear and try your­self out on any­thing that takes pic­tures! If you have a good idea in mind that doesn’t require you to take care of expos­ure lenght or sharp­ness or if you always wanted to shoot with a hand­made shoebox-pinhole cam­era or the 2 Mega­pixel one from your Sony Eric­sson mobile phone back from 2003 — do not hes­it­ate to do it!

Besides all that preach­ing i’d be hon­oured if you would check out my work on my website and face­book-page!

Greet­ings, Jan
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GEISTER #2
Berlin 2013

If you start doing pho­to­graphy there seem to be dozens of tech­nical hurdles and an over­load of people telling you this and that. In this field almost every per­son has a clear opin­ion about the gear you should use or motifs that are worth being cap­tured. If you try do learn pho­to­graphy via magazines or youtube-tutorials you will end up buy­ing a lot of pho­to­graph­ical non­sense and if your pho­to­graphs do not sat­isfy you there is always the same excuse: “oh man if i had this lense and that stuff everything would work out bet­ter.” (believe me i have been through all of this;))

Without pre­sum­ing that i found the holy grail of pho­to­graphic aes­thet­ics this series shall stand for the other way of approach­ing pho­to­graphy: give a shit about gear and try your­self out on any­thing that takes pic­tures! If you have a good idea in mind that doesn’t require you to take care of expos­ure lenght or sharp­ness or if you always wanted to shoot with a hand­made shoebox-pinhole cam­era or the 2 Mega­pixel one from your Sony Eric­sson mobile phone back from 2003 — do not hes­it­ate to do it!

Besides all that preach­ing i’d be hon­oured if you would check out my work on my website and face­book-page!

Greet­ings, Jan
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Geister #1
Berlin, 2013

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