Pawel Kucharski | Me and my Passion…

Pawel Kucharski | Me and my Passion…
Photography – simple word, easy definition. To take a photo – to catch a moment, to memorialize a while. For me, photography is much more. It is an ambiguous concept, with the message.

pawelkucharski10aOnce Upon a Time…
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pawelkucharski10bTouch of the Light…
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My photography is my own perception of the world, my own way of feeling the reality. Photography gives me the ability to stop the fleeting moment, to grasp what is impermanent, transient: light, mood, atmosphere. The greatest difficulty, but also an art, is to capture a moment in an attractive and understandable way to others.  How to reconcile these two contradictories: show the true image and its interpretation at the same time, on the same picture?

How to wake up  someone’s feelings, memories, associations? How to stop the viewer for longer? I’m still learning  it, constantly improving my skills. My next works arise more and more consciously. My message is more and more clear, easy perceivable, I hope.

pawelkucharski10cHis Highness the Kannesteinen…
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pawelkucharski10dThe Atlantic Road…
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Pawel Kucharski Photography
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pawelkucharski10eCerkev…
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Red Walk, Maconde, Winding Road, Parallel World, The Forest, Looking Down …

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HotShotsCamerapixo03aJosh Adamski
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HotShotsCamerapixo03bJay Ramanjooloo
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HotShotsCamerapixo03cTim Burgess
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HotShotsCamerapixo03dAnushka Eranga
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HotShotsCamerapixo03eJose Devesa
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HotShotsCamerapixo03fPatryk Pulawski
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HotShotsCamerapixo03gEvi Herlyna
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Creative B&W Photo Artistry

Pushing photography further
There is something enchanting about creating photos and artwork in black and white …

Without the weight of color to distract us, what remains is tone and texture, line and composition.  And in this simplification, a certain clarity emerges — in which we can find (if we pause a moment to really see it) something akin to poetr akin to poetry, something akin to truth…
– Sebastian Michaels
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CreativeBW03aConcentration, Keith G. Hawley
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CreativeBW03bImpression of the Venice Carnival, Wouter J. van Duin
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CreativeBW03cEthereal Pier, John Maslowski
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CreativeBW03dBlooms and Branches, Cindy Collier Harris
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CreativeBW03eThe Boardwalk to Infinity, David Walker
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Creative B&W Photo Artistry

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Johann Ryno de Wet

The land of dreams continues to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration, and there are even more people who seem to travel through it when fully awake. There can be no other explanation for his audacious and chimeric photos.  Johann Ryno de Wet (Johannesburg, South Africa, 1982) effectively uses digital techniques to transform a point of departure into one of arrival that is only in his head.

The Freudian concept of “unheimlich” (uncanny) is his point of departure in a tangible reality that metamorphoses until it becomes unrecognisable, out of place and menacing. Ryno de Wet invents post-apocalyptic landscapes, devoid of human presence, of bleak and uneasy appearance, which are nevertheless indescribably beautiful. Contrivance has seldom been more justified than in Ryno de Wet’s work, as he opens doors for us to a truly personal fictional and imaginary world.

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Johann Ryno de Wet

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