View To Scale
View In Room
View To Scale
View In Room
Archival paper and pigment inks
Edition of 3
Dimensions: 59cm (H) x 42cm (W) x 0.2cm (D) / 23.2" (H) x 16.5" (W) x 0.08" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This photograph is dedicated to my two best friends that shine light into my life even on the darkest moments. Is a composite of two photographs. It achieve a Silver Award at the Australian Professional Photography Awards.
When you purchase one my photographs be assured you have bought a Limited Edition print. Only 5 prints + 2 AP of each image are reproduced. Each print is numbered, presented with a certificate of authentication and personally singed. I also include with each print a short outline and summary of the photograph, the place, the feeling and the moment captured. Introducing the artwork to its owner. If you are after a different size please contact The Artling for a quote.
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In 2005, Sydney photographer Federico Rekowski discovered photography. It wasn’t until his sister gave him her Canon 5D Mark II in 2014, that he knew there was more to this instrument than just taking pretty pictures. Rekowski found his voice in photography and along with it a tool to explore and to look at the world differently, one frame at a time.
The self-taught, award-winning photographer is influenced by some of the greatest photographers of our time. What truly inspires his photography is his passion to tell visual stories. It began with traditional landscapes. Discovering this new world through the lens, was exciting and fresh, but he felt he had more to convey to the viewer than just beautiful pictures of nature's beauty. He wanted to challenge the viewer, take them on a journey with visual narratives that evoked a connection, a reaction and took the viewer on a journey.
The progression from landscapes to illustrative photography seemed like a natural process.
An appetite to challenge his creativity and to push boundaries in camera and especially in post-production opened new worlds. Here he could blend reality and create surreal worlds and dynamic abstract compositions by using multiple techniques in creating artistic narrative experiences, like applying motion blur as a visual effect to create an aesthetic tension.
As a photographer with his camera, he is always seeking the right composition to capture that moment. In post-production, he becomes an artist using techniques to create mood, emotion, curiosity, awareness and a different perspective for both, the photographer and the viewer.
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