21 Jul Pic(k) of the week 29: F.A.D.E.D. – Where Urban decay meets Art
Source: Bjorn Moerman
Over the last year, I’ve started using Lightroom Collections much more frequently, in order to group images together. Doing so, allowed me to see new Projects grow in a very organic way, often without actively realizing it for quite some time.
It was two years ago that I shot an image of an advertising sticker (click here) that started falling apart due to the extreme summer heat. As the image has always been visually appealing to me, I started shooting similar images and eventually grouped them together in a LR collection called, “FADED”.
Once the collection started having about 40 different images, it was the moment to publish my next Personal project, called F.A.D.E.D. – Where urban decay meets Art!
One of the last images I shot was of a truck in a Dubai industrial area. The sides of older trucks are often great for this type of work. It probably makes you wonder what you are looking at? Some might see the eye of a fish, others a bee. The beauty of a great image is where it creates more questions that it provides the viewer with answers. For me the image below ticks all the boxes!
It is remarkable how much 3D feel there is in the image. Almost like a painting. A perfect candidate to make it into an aluminium di-bond fine-art print.
Image details: Fujifilm X-E4 with XF18 f1.4 lens 1/850s, f8, ISO160 Classic Negative Film Simulation in
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