This photo is taken in Humlebaek, Denmark, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. We see 2 persons, but we don’t know what’s their relation to each other. What are they doing there? Your eye is directed straight into the picture revoked by the cornice at the top. But also because the lines of the building and the concrete block right below lead your eye to the centre of the picture – the vanishing point far out to sea. Twice lonely in a seemingly free environment. But circumscribed by glass.Why Celine likes this photo
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Elvira Smit (1984) loves to wander around with her compact Fujifilm camera steady in her hand, screening situations, always prepared to capture that one special moment. When she was 25 years old, she bought her first camera. After several courses she realized she likes street photography the most. At the moment she’s further developing the art of street photography.
When Elvira is not photographing she works at Bolier, a Dutch company that sells marine engines. And besides that she writes about photography, to help her and her readers to look better at photographs and eventually to become a better photographer (www.kronkeling.com). Her work can be summarized by the quote “A photograph lies the truth”. She likes to lie about reality by capturing a real moment, but leaving the spectator with questions.