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ConceptEuropeTransition by Michal Konrad

You can go to the other side, or change the state of consciousness. You can find the secret window through which we will enter a new dimension. You can also convert, fall and get up.

You can go to the other side, or change the state of consciousness. You can find the secret window through which we will enter a new dimension.

You can also convert, fall and get up. The transition can be difficult, sometimes painful. Sometimes, it is risky. Followed by impulse, or is planned. Sometimes it is the result of the search, or randomness. It also happens that proves impossible.

The most important for the entire project was 20 seconds. Photographs were taken using a 20-second shutter release. 20 seconds is the time the final realization of the idea, which I used as a model of itself. The implementation of the entire cycle it took me 3 months. On average, I spent a week in one. Cycle done during the summer and autumn of 2016.

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Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

About Michael Konrad

My name is Michael Konrad, born 1983. Taking pictures for several years. However, since 2010, I am doing it in a conscious and planned. From the outset interested in conceptual photography . The most important is the thought, photography became a way of their expression. I like when it is suggestive influences the imagination. It is then like mathematics, you have to think about her answer.

I started photographing analogue camera in my youth was not yet digital. Ever since I can remember, rarely I elicited finished film. However, some staff keeps in mind today, of course, is not triggered. I’ve always liked to play with memory, and so was and is my photograph. Even my thesis university was about the memory. The impact of physical activity on the process of remembering athletes across disciplines.

I have used many cameras. There were digital SLR, medium format cameras and periapical. I must say that so far the most to my liking medium format. I really liked the camera Holga 120n, which I’ve used for several years. At that time, it was the only camera I owned and I had no need to have another. The results of my work with this camera can be seen in the series “Plastic eye.” Currently photographs DSLR Nikon D7000, which realized my latest series of “transition”. [Official Website]

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
Transition / Michal Konrad

Transition / Michael Konrad
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