When summer falls, by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

self portrait - Dennis Iwaskiewicz

self portrait – Dennis Iwaskiewicz

Dennis Iwaskiewicz was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1992 and studied photography for 1 year only once he didn’t like the academic approach of it. Dennis doesn’t feel comfortable with labels either. If you ask him if he does street photography, architecture or landscape, he gets out of the box. He plays with intuition and cleanness. He does architecture and people and street and landscape all together because all together makes the world in which we live in. He brings the human touch to all this. In a clean way, in a perfect geometry and composition, almost in a designed candid’s hide and seek play. Everything’s needed is there and it isn’t. Dennis is there and he takes us to observe details in emptiness. Hidden ones too. In the cleanest way. With true colours under the blue sky. It was summer. And now it’s fall. But he doesn’t mind and nothing changes. There is no crowd. There’s emptiness and colour and architecture and landscape and geometry and design. And someone there too to fit in the scale of humanity.

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

because you want it: Portfolio Reviews by Gonzalo Bénard

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

by Dennis Iwaskiewicz

You can see more of Dennis Iwaskiewicz on his webpage and tumblr.

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A Shamanic Totem;
Oneness;
Hybrids (NSFW);

RA before sunset. by Gonzalo W. Bénard;
50 Shades of Monochrome by Jeremy M.;
The Sacred and Profane Anna Zavileiskaia;
Keiyo Street, by Sebastian Schlüter

September, 2014 – by ©Gonzalo Bénard for 2HeadS
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