A road trip through the Italian alps. Very early morning, the sun did rise over the top of the mountains, when we passed a tunnel. Luckily there was no car behind us and we could stop at a construction site and park the car. The geometry of the tunnels concrete structure was amazing and showed up the contrast between the hilly nature around us and the tunnel itself. Brutalism and the beauty of nature in a matching geometric composition.
AUTHOR: Thomas Oberniedermayr GERMANY
Thomas did start analog photography when he was 6 years old. His grand-dad and dad were both very passionated photographers and taught him a lot about compositions and their harmony in geometries.
Thomas became an architect and got in touch with visualisations and modelling renderings at Foster+Partners in London. He developed an kean eye on how to set up pictures from scratch and studied the benefits of using a fore-, mid - and background.
When he got 30 he made himself a present of a semiprofessional camera. The Fuji XT-2. Since then he became more creative on using all the opportunities this camera gave him. He started to shoot actresses and models. However he always loved to shoot architecture in a abstract way and spent hours on cropping pictures until he found a pleasing composition.