first look, it remains me I Robot but after you're explaining Andreas the ideas behind the concept it was easy to understand it. I can't figure out why but when I look at your picture I think loneliness and empty life...
no problem. I know enough english for interact. Correct me if I'm wong but it looks like (4 me) that you're fascinate by loneliness. Behind some of your nude portrait i saw loneliness and time fading away. let me know what do you think about it. I'm not fluent at english maybe i didn' express very well all my tought but let me know what you think about it
Sorry for the delay. I had to finish a slightly huge project and my mind wasn't free. I'm really glad that you are someone, who looks behind of some my pictures a bit more. I've asked myself how I answer your question best and how much I am willing to reveal about myself.
Do you know the situation when you feel lonely in a room full of people? Or if you're trying to tear down your personal walls continuously and fail again and again? Hamster wheel?
Do I like loneliness? Yes and no. Sometimes it's the only way to "tread on the brake" and do something just for yourself. On the other hand, in the recent years a lot of sh.. happened in my life under the headline "Loss" - beloved people, feelings, dreams. And in my gallery you'll find some pictures which I've created spontaneously when I felt really bad.
But I'm not a sad person. Quite the reverse. I've recharged my personal accus and hit the reset button, because life is too short and too precious. And I've decided to do only things that I like to do, what works mostly. I know, there are enough people on this planet who have really problems. But this doesn't change it for me.
I just love the concept ! A little bit too grainy (but it may be wanted ?)... but doesn't matter, the picture is too cool, and most importantly, the underlying ideas are powerful. BTW, the download option doesn't work apparently (and it is useless because the resolution is the same as the resolution of the zoom)
Thanks for the nice comment. Yes, the grainy look is intentionally. Many of my pictures have a story behind or an underlying message and I'm very happy if someone recognize it, without I need to explain it, like in this certain case.