What is art? Some say it is paintings, murals, sculptures, etc. Others say it has to consist of line, shape, texture…. But does a composition really have to fall along those guidelines to be considered a work of art? To me, art is a genuine quality of life. A past time that will never be considered “too” old. So let’s make the best of our lives. Plainly stated, here is one girl’s view on the world and what is truly “considered” art.
Thank you and I hope you enjoy the art!
"Let the Leaves Fly"
I like to have have fun and be imaginative with my photography. I enjoy working with my friends and make memories to last. I hope to further my career in Photography later through college and capture many wonders I come to face with.
Jan Herdlicka, photographer from Berlin
I am a young photographer born in Munich and currently based in Berlin, Germany.
While studying cultural sciences i started to develop my own visual language.
After i began using digital cameras i now ended up doing most of my photography with black and white self-developped film material. I would consider my work to be influenced by the photographers i admire like Meyerowitz, Gilden, Moriyama or Ansel Adams. Nevertheless i would not say that i take photographs having somekind of premade plan or system in my mind. Most things just happen. First i try to let my feelings and intuition lead me the way to find motives. After developping the films and scanning the negatives i try to structurize the results and create series that, again show me the way to new ideas and so on and on……..just following my instincts and trying to keep the process in flow.
Besides that i started doing my own miniprint trading-cards called SAMMELKARTEN last year and released them frequently on several blogs such as findingberlin.com (i will attach an image of them:)).
Feel free to checkout my work at: