As much as I like researching the work of famous creatives, for some reason I get more of a kick out of finding those who are up and coming. I think it’s because I feel as if I’m doing something constructive, promoting their work and putting it in front of a wider audience. In doing so, hopefully it can inspire some others to become creative, as well as support the artists in some way.
So last week I was really enthralled to come across the abstract photography of Daniel Molina. His series on Flickr is really impressive indeed. Putting these limitations on a certain project is exactly what I’ve been trying to do in my own photography. Looking at things in more detail and showcasing the beauty of the world around us.
What I particularly like about Daniel Molina’s series though is that he hasn’t limited himself to architecture or some other category that you could find abstraction in. He’s been hunting for it in all aspects of his life, and his framing of light and shadow is incredible. Overall I’m awe and hope that you’ll also like it. So head on over to his flickr page to enjoy, he also has other photography that’s worth a look.