Admittedly vignettes have been a little quiet of late.
In fact it’s been over a month since we showcased 72 beautiful half frames by our dear friend Alina from Berlin.
Well enter another Berliner, this time Herr Leonidas Befeldt.
By his own admission Leo grew up a digital native having only recently embarked on his analog voyage. Via a Minolta XD-7 (28mm & 35mm) and Olympus AF-10, Leo’s already developing a raw portfolio of blurring aesthetics that we’re stoked to share.
“When looking for subjects and scenes, I’m really interested in patterns, contrasts, architecture and landscapes. Also any kind of uncertainty really draws my attention. I like pictures that only present you limited information and leave room for imagination. This is why I like to shoot silhouettes rather than a regular portrait, or why I like empty places. In general I just want to create something, that gives the viewer any kind of feeling, connected with good, pleasing compositions. “