Incredible Transformative and Metamorphosis of Porcelain Sculptures by Martin Klimas

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Incredible Transformative and Metamorphosis of Porcelain Sculptures by Martin Klimas

The exact moment in shooting is difficult to describe, but can be felt or seen. The decisive moment was first defined by French photographer Henri Cartier Bresson, who said, "the decisive moment, it is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as the precise organization of forms which gives that event its proper expression."

The point in common language is more or less: There are moments and the best composition to tell an event. It is the responsibility of the photographer to realize when the moment occurs and capture it.

This definition can be broken down into two things:

First, the importance of capturing an important moment (climax) of an action and second, the composition (position / arrangement of the elements of the photo and background) must be harmonious and suitable for the story.

So it is not easy to take Henri's "decisive moment" because in addition to the right moment, the composition must be suitable. Or conversely, it is not enough just to match the composition, but the moment must also be right.

To increase the possibility of getting a decisive moment, we must always be prepared with a camera and lens, patiently waiting and activating the photo function in a row. Another popular way is to find an interesting background first, and wait for an interesting subject to pass.

As done by photographer Martin Klimas who can take pictures with a very precise moment (decisive moment). When the moment of destruction of the cheap porcelain sculptures hit the ground. This photographer is very precise to capture the moment and transformative composition of this brief just before it destroyed everything, really beautiful, interesting and harmonious!

The details of the destruction of the sculptures take place capturing very kilmaks moments and expressing the transformation of the sculpture into a new form. It takes countless efforts to get the best catch because it only requires one photo for each sculpture.

For more information be sure to visit Martin’s official website: http://www.martin-klimas.de/ .

More info and source : Martin Klimas I Martin’s official website I twistedsifter.com

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All photos : Photograph by MARTIN KLIMAS

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