Lukasz Wierzbowski

Lukasz Wierzbowski

source: highlike

About: I’m 30 years old, self taught photographer currently living and working in Wroclaw. In my works I try capture the relationship between the model and the surrounding in it’s purest form. Every session is a kind of a journey both for me and my models as I don’t like to plan all the details of the sessions in advance, I like to be inspired by the mood of the place and models attitude. I try to catch the in-between moments giving the photos a kind of movie stills vibe. I also love using any given space in an active and sometimes unconventional way.
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source: thehiddenpeople
One way of introducing Lukasz Wierzbowski would be by presenting him as a 27- year-old, self-taught photographer who currently lives and works in Wroclaw, Poland. An undeniably more dramatic way would be naming him the king of effortless oddness. I prefer the second one.
Wierzbowski’s photographic work covers a huge range as he shoots in both colour, black and white, portraits and everything in between. Nevertheless, what really makes him stand out is his way of taking peculiar, yet eccentrically normal photos of mesmerizing girls in ordinary locations that turn magical when he adjusts his lens. In other words, photography at it’s best.
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source: shootingfilm
Lukasz Wierzbowski is a very talented Polish photographer who has a sensibility to natural lights that surrender his beautiful models. He has already published his own book in 2010, shot for many magazines such as Neon, Blink, Waterfall, Kinki, Tokion, Lola, Lodown and many more. Lukasz also has many exhibitions around the world…My father introduced me to photography when I was 12 years old by teaching me how to operate rangefinder camera. The interest didn’t last long and I forgot about it for many years. I picked up camera 4 years ago. I used digital only for a very brief moment and quickly switched to analogue which I’ve been using ever since. I’m a self taught photographer, I never attended any kind of training. Lucky for me over the last years something that has been a hobby of mine has grown to become my career. My work is very much inspired by the interaction between model and the surrounding. Everyday life, places I go, people I see influence me the most.
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source: bentrova
Wroclaw (Poland) based photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski is a rising star. He has already published his own book, shot for magazines such as Neon Magazin (cover), Waterfall Magazine, Kinki Magazine, Tokion Factory, Lodown Magazine and many more, and there is definitely a lot more to come. In addition photography, he also got a passion for film making: “- I first started taking photos when I was around 12 but I didn’t last long as I got more interested in making short movies with my vhs camera. I came back to photography only few years ago.”
He’s inspired by a lot, but love is important for Lukasz: “- Yes, love is definitely the biggest source of inspiration for me. I like to work on the spot and I don’t usually to plan the details of my sessions in advance so I’m also very much inspired by the model, light and the surroundings.”
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source: thehiddenpeople
One way of introducing Lukasz Wierzbowski would be by presenting him as a 27- year-old, self-taught photographer who currently lives and works in Wroclaw, Poland. An undeniably more dramatic way would be naming him the king of effortless oddness. I prefer the second one. Wierzbowski’s photographic work covers a huge range as he shoots in both colour, black and white, portraits and everything in between. Nevertheless, what really makes him stand out is his way of taking peculiar, yet eccentrically normal photos of mesmerizing girls in ordinary locations that turn magical when he adjusts his lens. In other words, photography at it’s best.
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source: zupi
As fotografias de Lukasz Wierzbowski já são bastante populares entre os usuários do Flickr e do Tumblr, onde seu projeto fotográfico destaca-se em um mar de fotografias kitsch-elegantes e genéricas, através do nome de Neon Tambourine. Nascido na Polônia, Wierzbowski vive e trabalha na cidade de Wroclaw. O fotógrafo polonês tenta sempre explorar a interação entre a modelo e a locação para obter um resultado fascinante.
Wierzbowski tenta expressar através do caos que cria, uma série de sensações já vividas pelo espectador, apesar da composição inusitada de cores, mobiliários e modelos aleatoriamente posicionadas. Ele parece mostrar predileção por casas que parecem terem sido habitadas por avós, o que provavelmente causa ao telespectador essa sensação de um surreal déjà vu. Explorar as limitações físicas das pessoas tem sido sua fonte de inspiração, ao fotografar as modelos em posições bem peculiares, ele nos faz esquecer suas imperfeições e encontrar beleza no caos.