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German photographer Tan Kadam isolates the beauty of nature by juxtaposing flowers and other plants against pure white backgrounds. He positions a white screen behind plants of interest in the field, then shoots at different focal lengths, sometimes adding studio lighting to the natural outdoor light. Tan’s images are very crisp and dramatic as a result of his unique shooting method. He photographs plants and flowers while roaming Berlin’s parks, but also keeps a permanent indoor studio in an old observatory where Albert Einstein once worked.
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