Photo © Stratos Psarakis
This photo is part of a series which I process almost a year now titled "Du Temps Perdu". My main purpose in these series is to highlight the interplay between photography, time and human. For that reason despite the fact the exposure is long I preferred a single one in order to emphasize the move and blurriness of the silhouette and trying to give a more existential dimension in essence. Otherwise, and this is why I gave to the series that title, a long exposure photograph is by itself some lost time (un temps perdu) in a manner of a few minutes trapped in a medium (the photograph) which seems static. The photos were taken at a places near Piraeus.
Stratos Psarakis GREECE
I am an amateur black and white fine art photographer based in Piraeus, Greece. I started engaging seriously with photography in 2015 and during the last two years with fine art black and white photography using long exposure techniques. Some of my images have been exhibited at exhibitions as well as featured in photography magazines such as the Greek Photographer Magazine (Photographos Magazine) as well as Fine Eye Magazine and Black and White Minimalism Photography Magazine. Also I have participated in some international photography exhibitions based in Greece as well as received some distinctions at international photography contests such as ND Awards and Umbra International Photography Awards.
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