2022 / Fine Art
/ Landscape (Non-Pro)
The subject is the title of the photography. A simple system, just a graduated stick, allows you to measure the depth of the ponds. The stones placed on the pieces of wood provide an aesthetic complement.
A long exposure of 366 seconds allowed to create this aesthetic difference in rendering between the sky and the water.
Jean-Paul Soujol lives in Provence. His approach to photography is a quest for creativity. In a dialogue with light, the landscape gives birth to landscapes. The horizon is her guideline. He chooses his compositions so that the elements respond or reverse to end in abstraction.
The earth becomes the sky, the sky becomes the sea. His minimalist vision drives him to think and compose square. Every photograph is a creation.
All of these views are so many visions. They are the fruits of what technology can offer more perfected to let emerge a world of original purity.