Born in 1982 in Berlin, Germany, Konrad Langer obtained a Bachelor’s degree in social science and journalism. Unsatisfied with the job prospects and driven to pursue something creative and interesting, he treads on the path of photography. He has a unique sense of photography, where he combines visual and artistic elements of architecture and people. He believes that making good and innovative use of the space he lives in inspires him to create something out of the box. He builds a world of his own where his viewers love to reside and make the real world fascinating by modifying visual aesthetics
Interesting Elements in Konrad Langer’s Photography
Just as the writers create a fictional story out of a short bland instance, Langer creates a beautiful, modern and modified version of the places visited by him. His artwork is not only visually appealing but also highlights a series of innovative patterns which wouldn’t have been observed before. Buildings of varied colors, designs, locations and patterns are captured and shared across as a new art altogether. His creative mind and skills tend to build a world, which is more likely desirable and driven with splendid imagination. On the other hand, people are put across as creative elements to the images, where they enhance the aesthetic beauty of the existing architecture by wearing complementary colors, patterns and expressions.
Visual Interplay of People and Architecture
The classic feature in his photography is the perfect blend of humans and human-made architecture. Sometimes the background could be a colorful wall, but the existence of a person with a black top and slacks can enhance the beauty emitted by the bright colors of that wall. His photography has a vivid series of patterns, which soothe your mind and inspire you to create something like that. His artwork is not only filled with ingenuity but also drives people to believe that there is always something left to create and build out of their imagination.