Fresh from the NEOPRIME TALENTPOOL on Flickr:
"Finally we are no one" - Frankfurt, 2014
I just published a BRAND NEW ARTICLE on NEOPRIME
How can you stand out in this tangled mass of photos published every day? I write about one possibility in this article. Check it out
You think your photography deserves a bigger stage? Join the NEOPRIME TALENTPOOL on Flickr.
I just published a BRAND NEW ARTICLE on NEOPRIME
How can you stand out in this tangled mass of photos published every day?
I write about one possibility in this article. Check it out
It’s not even been four weeks since the start of NEOPRIME and already 133 awesome photographers have joined the NEOPRIME TALENTPOOL.
340 impressive photos have been submitted so far, which makes us really proud! We are convinced that breathtaking photography should get the stage it deserves. That’s why we think it’s time to publish the very first NEOPRIME’S FINEST!
After thoroughly curating all submissions, these ten impressive photos are what we call NEOPRIME’S FINEST!
This photo, just as the two I shared before, was shot from a window that points to the Kaiserplatz in the Heart of Frankfurt. It was raining for some days and the structured pavement began to reflect the light. People were passing by with umbrellas on their way to work. This particular moment was not that easy to capture because of The amount of people crossing on their way. I wanted to have someone with a bright colored umbrella isolated in a minimalistic composition, which I finally got after approx. one hour of trying. I still think it was worth the time I spent up there.
// BRAND NEW ARTICLE BY MARIUS VIETH
Every photographer knows the kind of photo walk where you put in all the effort, but it seems impossible to capture something awesome. In moments like these I always think: If the streets and people of my city were just more exciting, I would’ve captured something already. And every time I tell myself the same blunt truth: If I were more creative, I would’ve captured something already. It’s not my city, it’s not the empty streets and it’s definitely not the people, it’s me. I have to step up my game. And that’s why I’m deeply convinced: You don’t need New York City, Paris or Hong Kong, you just need a simple stairway.
"Waiting for the sun to shine" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014
Got quite a few really cool photos on this windy and rainy morning. Loved how his umbrella seems to be enlighted somehow.
Have you already seen my new collection of limited artworks on www.neoprime.de ?
BRAND NEW EDITIONS
"Street Photography is a genre I’m deeply interested in. I’m fascinated by the profoundness of a good street photograph. It’s an image of the reality, a real moment frozen in time forever and yet offers so many different interpretations, stories and meanings. Street Photography is by no means artificial, it’s the real world, with real characters and real moments."
"It will rain for a million years" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014
…or at least that’s what you inevitably think regarding the weather the last couple of days.
BRAND NEW ARTICLE OUT NOW!
"THE ULTIMATE 365 GUIDE PART II" by Marius Vieth
In Part I of the Ultimate 365 Guide Marius explained whether a 365 project is meant for anyone, where that journey might take you, why it’s important to actually walk a 1000 miles and how the love for the process is more valuable than the desire for the goal. But what are the golden rules to a successful 365 project?
MARTIN DIETRICH & MARIUS VIETH
"And I’m waiting and I’m longing for that light to fall all over me" Parts I & II (Frankfurt, 2014)
This one here is a collaboration of our artistic minds during our “The Story Of Neoprime” production. We both saw this impressive wall made of craggy stones that somehow looked like hundreds and thousands of skulls. With the strange light from above it definitely has a nightmarish vibe to it…
"When the job is done" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014
"And I’m waiting and I’m longong for that light to fall all over me" - Frankfurt 2014
This is a special one. During our shooting for www.neoprime.de Marius and I had a walk across the whole city and found some interesting things to shoot. This one here is a collaboration of our artistic minds so to say.
We both saw this impressive wall made of craggy stones that somehow looked like hundreds and thousands of skulls which immediately provoked a nightmarish atmosphere. We saw the light above the wall and we both knew what we had to do. This photo of me standing there was shot by Marius Vieth.
There’s another version where I took the photo of Marius standing there. Maybe we will share it sometime.
BTW: After working day and night for 3 months NEOPRIME finally launched 10 days ago. It’s been an amazing one and a half weeks so far and we are truly grateful for all the amazing feedback we’ve received from the United States to New Zealand. We know that all of this wouldn’t be possible without you – and that’s why want to say thank you: www.neoprime.de/thank-you-for-10-amazing-days/
THANK YOU FOR 10 AMAZING DAYS
"Light of day, day of darkness" - Frankfurt 2014
During a photo walk in march I came across this wonderful moment. I just loved how the whole situation was set up with the light, the shadows and the lines. I never shared it, I don’t really know why to be honest. I hope you like it as much as I do.
I wish you a wonderful week!
BTW, Marius just wrote a damn good article about his 365 day project. It’s for anyone who is considering to start a 365 project, who wants to understand how such a project works or who’s just in love with photography…www.neoprime.de/the-ultimate-365-guide-part-i/
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