Thursday, 2 October 2014

Miri Berlin Photography

Drowning in visual images as we are these days it takes something special to not only catch the eye but hold it's attention; Miri Pelzman's work achieved that when I first saw it. Crafting beautiful geometric shapes from judicious cropping and seeing the potential in spaces and places, Miri illuminates them for us. The work is often bathed in seemingly eternal sunshine; her camera eye looks to the skies and captures the poetry of space. Since so few of us take the time to stand and really look, we should be grateful that Miri does.

To see more of Miri's work and buy prints, visit her site.

Thank you for travelling with Deutsche Bahn, Berlin 2011 © Miri Berlin Photography

Untitled, Berlin 2013 © Miri Berlin Photography

Untitled, Lisbon 2012 © Miri Berlin Photography

Untitled, Rügen/Germany 2012 © Miri Berlin Photography

Panorama I, Tel Aviv 2011 © Miri Berlin Photography


  1. Man you're fast with these and always interesting. I can't keep up but I had to say something about these.
    I take a lot of pictures like this...dumpsters, gas station canopies, firework stands, rail cars...and then crop them for use in painting. Trying to get geometric patches of color and shadows. Obviously they aren't meant to be serious photos like these but I can appreciate what's being done here. I love these.

  2. Thank you, Robin. Much appreciated.

  3. Francisco Caldas2 October 2014 at 16:57

    Loving this set!! Your work comes out as very peaceful, stable, relaxing really. People nowadays tend to output stress and excessive 'noise' in photos, therefore it's not often that someone is able to transmit such quiet concepts and nostalgic sensations through photographs, like you so perfectly balanced do. It's always a pleasure to admire your art.

    1. Thank you, Francisco. Much appreciated. It's always a pleasure to hear from you.
      (I like the nostalgic component you have mentioned)


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