John Roshka Photographer

A Moment in Tunisia / Project Update

Posted in Photography by John Roshka on February 24, 2013

Garage door and arch, Nabeul, Tunisia, 2012 / from Views without People 

These kind of images give me a real aesthetic pleasure. I like to fill the frame with forms and compositional lines. They are simple views that tend to organize space through balance. I am at the beginning of exploring this kind of photography, but I like it. It is very calming and relaxing. Check this out: http://www.gerryjohansson.com/page2/photos-2/page72.html

 

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Women resting on the beach, Nabeul, Tunisia, 2012 / from Views with People

These images contain the same workflow and meaning, but have people in them. I consider them as a straight social documentation. A still moment captured and composed as the social scene takes it’s place without me interfering.

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A Family on the beach, Nabeul, Tunisia, 2012 / from Moments

This essay contains images more related to street photography. Interesting moments with subjects connecting with each other through motion, emotion, gesture and activity.

More photos are coming.

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