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It all started with a forest, and then, with the passing of time, my pictures evolved in the reflection of my dreams, all the impossible situations emerging from them, all the feelings evoked by forgotten memories, lying dormant somewhere in an emerald sea. I like to create ethereal sceneries, with emotions spanning from bleakness to a fuzzy limbo.

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It all started with a forest, and then, with the passing of time, my pictures evolved in the reflection of my dreams, all the impossible situations emerging from them, all the feelings evoked by forgotten memories, lying dormant somewhere in an emerald sea. I like to create ethereal sceneries, with emotions spanning from bleakness to a fuzzy limbo.

Now a member of Lensblr ! 

Anonymous asked:

If you were in an art class, would you ever submit photos taken from a phone if you happened to find that some of them are really nice? My teacher complained about students doing that and said there aren't features within a phone-taken photo that are in the camera such as depth of field. But I'm aware people do phoneography and such.

Yes I would. Control is something your teacher may want to have, but if you are comfortable with automatized processes, go ! If your teacher complains, too bad for him, but unless he requires you to provide EXIF data, he’s got no way to verify (unless he’s really good and assuming you’ve not cropped your picture).

I have had some pleasant surprise with photos taken with my phone. Some of them now even let you change focus, ISO and shutter speed. Phoneography is just photography with a fancy name. You should always produce things you love, not that you are required to. Sometimes having limits is good, but those should always be employed to learn something, at least within a scholar environment. Limits are also good when you impose them on yourself. But limiting one’s potential by invoking outdated facts and stereotypes just prove the teacher to be prejudiced against a certain type of photography and certainly not limiting his/her students for the sake of learning within a particular frame. Even if it’s the case that phones lack features, so what ? It’s an art class, not a supermarket’s catalogue shooting. Art in photography should never be reduced to DSLR.

Most of all, try to prove him/her wrong by showing how a phone can produce something meaningful/beautiful/whatever. If he/she’s a good teacher, he/she’ll learn from that hopefully.

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It is still a bit rough on the edges, but now my website integrates my shop. There is still a bit of tweaking to make (most notably on the shop’s design), but I’m working on that.

If you want to buy anything and it doesn’t work, please send a message !

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