Lomographer amp_puttipong is no stranger to analogue minimalism, and enjoys looking closer to things and objects easily missable. In a new album, the photographer teaches the importance of zooming in and paying attention to details.
You'll be surprised how you can find beauty in these abstractions found in everyday life.
A simple roll of color negative film with an ISO of 200, his Pentax Espio 200, and the colorful streets of Bangkok is all it takes to create a sublime set of photos. Through his frame, amp_puttipong deconstructs whole objects into parts, easily drawing in mystery and highlighting the contours, textures, and colors in the composition.
And sometimes, simple yet thoughtful ways of 'seeing' are what we need in photography. Look at objects by their shape, colors, lines, and texture. If you look close enough, beauty will eventually come out. Even at the comfort of your own home, there's art beckoning to be captured by your camera.
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