Joroen Peters has a keen eye for futuristic buildings that are actually very contemporaneous. The fact that he is able to capture these buildings in a unique light is an under statement. His refined eye sees the potential in these futuristic buildings like nobody else. But before we move further to admiring his art works, let’s find out more about the illustrious photographer.
Jeroen Peters is an impressive independent photographer from Amsterdam who loves architecture and cityscapes. He graduated from the Dutch Photo Academy in Apeldoorn in 2012. His works are a mix of minimalism and architecture with strong attention to structures, forms, and lighting. His passion for architecture stems from his first work, which was connected to building designs. He has pursued this theme ever since.
In an interview for It’s Nice That, Jeroen Peters confessed that:
“I find my inspiration in numerous things around me. Sometimes I pass by a building and all of a sudden I see an image. Then when visiting a museum, looking at classical paintings, an inspirational thought can suddenly strike me […] I love the designs by great architects like Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and Frank Gehry. Their buildings encourage me to grab my gear and go out shooting.”
Asked about the creative process, Jeroen added that:
“I only go shooting on bright sunny days, so the colors are vivid and shadows are more emphasized. I don’t like grey and rainy days. It’s one of the reasons I like photographing architecture in Spain so much. Once on location, before I grab my camera I take the time to become acquainted with the building and its surroundings. After a while I try to find the things I get so passionate about: finding that exciting perspective, beautifully intersecting shadow, curved shape or rhythmic pattern.”
Now, this statement feels like a great rule to abide by. In this collection, we have selected his most impressive works from his series, entitled Spatial Interaction. Check it out:
Madrid- the house of Futuristic Buildings
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