Photography always provides another angle, view and perception of the world, Im a big fan of those photographers that take this concept, work with it and show the rest of the world what they see. Athens based image creator Theodoros Tempos brings us his side of the story today with this neat collection of halftones of everyday items. He produces a minimalistic and contemporary look with a limited colour palette, this generates a clean precise feel for the project. Having worked in a variety of photographic areas Theodoros has developed a specialty in decoration photography, which he believes, follows the same rules as still life photography only in larger format. Starting out on a professional level in 1995 he has developed his style to what we see today from his fifteen years experience, his previous work has been for publication both printed and online, this collection however is from his personal workings. I always think its great of creative people who spend their spare time improving the skills they have with these types of projects, and its very telling of individuals who have crafted there vision to be work the job they are passionate about every day. More work from Theodoros Tempos can be found on his website – link a foot of post.
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