A misty early morning at the Atlantic coast in Portugal. Total silence, only the sound of the wavy sea and the fresh smell of the ocean. A single fisherman in meditative harmony standing at the edge of the beach. This one moment when he swung back. Harmony and a lot of tension in one picture.
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.