Black-and-white landscapes stretching beyond the limits of reality.
His minimalistic photographs with a hazy horizon, lone trees and a surreal silence seemed to invite the viewer to get lost in the desert scene and feel the peace.
Greek photographer George Digalakis (George Digalakis) 57, lives in Athens. He likes to shoot nature, especially lakes and estuaries, but water is not the main theme in his photographs. Digalakis uses of the water and the sky as a canvas on which are placed the objects that make up the composition.
The photographer says that he prefers to shoot on a long exposure. This tactic helps him “to take the image beyond reality.”
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