Am a bit into photography recently because of work, finally back to using DSLR (350D to 5D ii), it’s been a wonderful experience so far!
So i thought i would like to share with you something that is not so directly related to interior design – photography.
Have you ever do any long exposure photos (night shoots on stars, fireworks etc?) How about setting your shutter speed at a duration of a few years?
Yes, it’s technically not very feasible with normal cameras, but German Photographer Michael Wesley did it with amazing results:
In 2001, while the Museum of Modern Art undergoes a 3 year renovation, Michael set up 4 “custom made” cameras shooting down the work in progress:
Isn’t it amazingly beautiful?
The photo below was taken over almost 14 months at the Leipziger Platz in Berlin – which at the time together with the Potsdamer Platz formed one of the biggest construction sites in the world.
His work’s not limited to construction sites but also interior space like his office:
And why guys do not fancy sending flowers, they die over a short period of time:
If you want to see more, you can buy his publication through his website.