„We often look at things too closely. Overwhelmed by details and particulars, we can‘t distinguish between the essential and the incidental. It‘s oly when we take a step back and look again that we see things in a different light. New contexts reveal what truly matters. New angles make us think gain. Waht we focus on and how we make sense of what we see—that‘s up to us to decide. It‘s a matter of perspective. Choose yours.“
Photographer Marek Boguszak lives in Prague. He received his first camera at the age of twelve when he started to experiment with photography. He was more interested in post-processing darkrooms and exploring exposures than playing with his schoolmates. His inspirations came from photographers like Josef Sudek, Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz. After graduating in mathematics Marek worked as a sociologist and market researcher. Alongside, photography remained his passion. His major method is to explore the unknown, the unseen in photography, making his photos a natural abstraction.