Thursday, April 3, 2008
Many of Baris's images are of water. Water is a constantly moving element, changing form, shape and color. He captures a moment in its continuously changing movement. It is through these frozen moments in time that the movement and reflection of water is transformed into and abstract form.
He uses his eye and the camera to allow the viewer to see another view hidden images that emerge from nature. "The true essence of photography lies beyond pure sight; it goes deeper into the soul, past everything known as color and form. I like to think that my photographs are all real images of natureseen from this deeper place within myself. Here I am able to find my connection to my soul.", says Baris. View more work by Geoffrey Baris.