Fiona Struengmann

a day in march struengmann

Instead of a camera lens, I created my own aperture, which only lets light into the camera with a tiny (needle-size) pinhole - a variation of Camera Obscura.

Through the regular depth of field, the perception of near and far becomes a blurry impression, which lets you see differently and allows an internal contemplation. A moment turning into eternity, a focus on the wordless dialogue between the picture itself and the spectator. "Needleview"is a series that  documents my natural surrounding;  a dive into a personal state of being, described in shapes, forms, light and shadow. 

crossing path - tokyo-struengmann