November 30, 2015 / Essay
Seoul Through A Broken Lens - A Photo Essay
Free-lensing. Lens Whacking. Whatever you want to call it, it’s an awesome, inexpensive technique that adds a lot of potential to a prospective picture. I’ve also fallen in love with it. I’ve been using it locally on portrait work, but I decided that I didn’t feel like carrying my heavy lenses with me this last weekend. So I pocketed my tiny, broken 50mm, slung my camera body over my shoulder, and headed to Seoul.
Seoul Through A Broken Lens – A Photo essay
About photographer Tim Van Der Merwe
Seoul photographer Tim Van Der Merwe, with a primary focus on portraiture, couple and pre-wedding photography. His photographic style is inherently influenced by photo-journalism, with a love of genuine emotion and untouched, moments of humanity and expression. The aesthetics of his photographs are informed from years as a musician, a love of the ocean, an appreciation for a wabi-sabi outlook on life, and a love of strong colouring. If you are looking for a Seoul photographer, you can view his portfolio here, view his recent work here, or get in contact with him here.