Pho­to­gra­phy from Leip­zig

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P H O T O B O O T H


I am Mar­kus and I wel­co­me you on my site spotilight.de. Anyo­ne who has arri­ved here will cer­tain­ly be inte­rested in pho­to­gra­phy. Glad­ly I invi­te you to look at what I wan­ted to hold fore­ver.

Through our eyes, we per­cei­ve many things in every moment at the same time. The stress­ful ever­y­day life, howe­ver, unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly pre­vents all too often to reco­gni­ze the beau­ty in detail. Pho­tos stop time and can direct and focus the viewer’s gaze. They are a sty­listic means in them­sel­ves and turn the simp­le into some­thing spe­cial or even some­thing spe­cial into some­thing tan­gi­ble. The­ma­ti­cal­ly quiet works of art from the fields of natu­re, street or macro ser­ve me the­re­fo­re as a kind of pho­to­gra­phic sti­mu­lant to relax yours­elf. For our earth deser­ves to have its beau­ty cap­tu­red in pic­tures.

On the other hand, living works of art can be emo­tio­nal and dyna­mic. It is espe­ci­al­ly nice to get a direct feed­back. Espe­ci­al­ly with topics like wed­ding pho­to­gra­phy or por­traits I always want to crea­te a small Gesamt­kunst­werk. Fin­ding the pho­to­gra­phic beau­ty in many details on the day of our mee­ting is my aspi­ra­ti­on. At wed­dings, e.g. star­ting in the ear­ly morning, when you are so uni­que and will be fol­lo­wed by the magic of the cere­mo­ny and ener­gy of a gre­at wed­ding par­ty. It is important to me to free­ze the live­li­ness of such days with self-expla­nato­ry images and to crea­te an anchor for the memo­ries. Many years later, one should final­ly be able to look back on his day with joy.

As you can see, I enjoy pho­to­gra­phy in many are­as. I love to sta­ge moments with dif­fe­rent per­spec­tives artis­ti­cal­ly. Have fun on spotilight.de!