People come in and go out of our lives constantly as we live. Some we forget quickly, some we struggle to get over. Sometimes when a person is about to walk out of our life, or when we are about to leave, a side of us wants them to stay where the other side tells the other way. This photograph reminds me of those contradiction.
Taken w/ Fuji XPro-2 XF10-24MMF4 R OIS on March 18 2019
Hakan Biyiklioglu is a photography artist from Istanbul, Turkey. He started photography when he was 19 years old with his father’s Yashica camera. He chases for unusual moments and angles in ordinary city spots and streets, he makes use of wide spaces, minimized objects, and people, mixed with a feeling of serenity. Geometry, silhouettes, and shadows are mostly in play as well as long exposures. Traveling to rural parts, iconic cities, chatting with people before photographing them are essential parts of his photography adventure.
Galata Bridge, Istanbul
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