The photographer Emy Maike is a patient observer with a focus on the adventure in the working process. During her excursions into nature, she takes its influences into her state of mind then processes it into moving images that also transport viewers into a new world, conveying the positive impact of experiencing nature on people.
Tell me!!! by Emy Maike
“In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.” - Alice Walker
Emy Maike has called abstract colors of thought Imitation, because in the face of an ever faster and more rational world she believes unswervingly in man's actual striving for harmony and beauty.
With her dynamically and expressionistically characterized paintings, she intends to transport the viewer into a pleasant world of "good" thoughts.
"The experience of abstract Imitation I have gained in the past years are playful abstracting and experimental images of reality. My goals are to explore all photographic possibilities, namely the effect of the interplay of aperture, light, and shutter speed as well as the intentional movement of the camera or the subject up to the classical alienation by modern image processing."
Travelers by Emy Maike
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” - Albert Einstein
"I try to transform everyday elements into a new, living meaning through my photography."
Emy Maike was born in Manila, Philippines and lives since 1985 in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. She has had a great passion for photography for many years: landscapes, nature, experimental, architecture, street photography.
She did not attend a photography school. She taught herself photography by reading many books "learning by doing". Books about impressionism. She is a fan of Rembrandt van Rijn and Claude Monet, in photography she loves Henri Cartier-Bresson, Berenice Abbott, Sebastiào Salgado, and photojournalism.
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