Everyday scenes, but like you’ve never seen before. Stunning head on photos at 90 degrees. Yes, those are skiers.
Aerial photography is not new, but the perspectives of Stephan Zirwes are. Nearly all of his photos are direct overhead shots. The subject choices are everyday scenes, but never seen like this.
Some photographers discover a niche or style of photography that makes you look.
Most of Stephan’s images are pushed into 2 dimensions when we’re used to seeing 3 dimensions, perspective and angles.
Stephan’s work covers such a diverse gamut and many views that are alien simply because we experience life with feet mainly on the plains of the earth.
Even air travelers don’t get this kind of a view unless there are glass bottom passenger aircraft I’m not aware of.
Who is Stephan Zirwes?
Stephan was born born in Sindelfingen, Germany. In 1994 he was self employed doing art video and installations and a few years later became more focused on photography and visual arts. In the coming years, a number of prestigious awards and recognition would follow. Most recently in 2009 Winner of the Hasselblad Masters Award. What a crown that is!
His exhibitions have traveled the world. Countries such as the United States, Russia, Korea, Dubai and Germany to name a few.
You can see more at Stephan’s website www.stephanzirwes.com