Josef Hoflehner, graphical nature of the landscape

Josef Hoflehner src=”http://img.xatakafoto.com/2012/10/432_660_Josef-Hoflehner005.jpg” class=”centro” /> Josef Hoflehner born in 1955 in Wels, Austria. At 20 he bought a camera and began to travel around the world. A photography prize opened the doors of the professional world and began to pour into the pasisajística photography with a unique style almost always based on long exposures.
Josef Hoflehner
architecture, nature or purely urban elements ingredientesde are among many of his photographs that are often combined with the human element as its curious series ‘Jet Airliner’ , where planes from different companies of the world seem to fly incredibly close to tourists.
Josef Hoflehner
His photographs characterized by a very high detail and care when the composition, where the lines are major players, making black and white images of a staggering loneliness. And photography is that Hoflehner known landscapes both playing and reinventing iconic images of new or surprising you in the past with some areas barely trodden humans and almost no images.
Josef Hoflehner
Like, on many occasions, to make long exposures looking to give a more dramatic and reduce the landscape to its most simple and basic elements without distracting accessories. But always looking for another point of view that is well known by the place.
Josef Hoflehner
Work with Hasselblad cameras preferidad being his old Hasselblad SWC , which has a fixed goggle 38mm wide angle. For development makes gelatin silver prints on fiber base paper.


The gelatin silver prints of Josef Hoflehner can find them in some of the photo galleries of the world or in corporate collections such as the of Raulph Lauren. It is also rare to find his exhibitions in New York, London, Paris and of course Berlin.

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Josef Hoflehner, graphical nature of the landscape
Source: english  
October 13, 2012


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