PAU BUSCATO is a guy who’s often in the right place at the right time. He says this about his work: “There is a strong sense of play in my photography. It’s a game for me, and the city is my playground. …The ability to fantasize and see the world through a prism of imagination and play is an essential part of my work. Play, to me, is all about being aware of the moment, and yet totally open to whatever happens. A surprise…a discovery…a eureka moment.”
SOME OF YOU may think these are just pictures of buildings. I think they’re excellent photos, taken by photographer Andres Gallardo. The play of lines, light, swerves and curves is fascinating…in some cases, breathtaking. Look at them closely, slowly. Could you take photos like these? I’ve tried, but I wouldn’t compare any pix I’ve taken with these. Enjoy!
PHOTOGRAPHER Andres Gallardo Albajar recently traveled to the Great Wall of China and encountered something very different — the wall with not another soul in sight.
Said Albajar: “I was expecting big amounts of people, even lines to access or things like that, but for my surprise there was very few people, which allowed me to capture the wall with no people, which in my opinion helps to create a more surreal and magic feeling.”
“I SCROLL UP AND DOWN, over and over looking for figures I think are interesting. It’s a little like slow-motion Tetris, trying to fit various shapes into various spaces. Then, with luck, a set of coincidences or a kind of gesture or spatial idea begins to emerge.”
So says photographer Pelle Cass, who takes thousands of photos at various sporting events — and then creates these fascinating single images.
More of his images follow. For details, click here.