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A Bit of Wilderness in the Bohemian Forest - Limited Edition 1 of 20
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A Bit of Wilderness in the Bohemian Forest - Limited Edition 1 of 20 Photograph

David Heger

Czech Republic

Photography, Manipulated on Paper

Size: 35.4 W x 35.4 H x 0.1 D in

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This photo was awarded by London-Kyoto FAPDA Award 2019, 1st place. Deep in the woods I found this old beautiful stump covered by moos which is falling down from top edge and all it looks like a table mountain. We don't have a table mountains in our country so I have to create mine. Printed on archival quality paper with 7 cm white border. Comes with signed certificate of authenticity signed by artist with name of artist, edition number and date created.

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Photography Print:Manipulated on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:35.4 W x 35.4 H x 0.1 D in

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David Heger is self-taught photographic enthusiast who draw his visions from his experience in puppet animation studio where he act as the second cameraman under the supervision of Miloslav Spala, the famous Jan Svankmajer's cameraman. His work is influenced by the beauty of Czech landscape and works of František Drtikol and Jan Saudek. Recenty, David is focusing on Alternative photography processes especially he's experimenting with gold and silver leaves as photography background. Result is unique 3 dimensional look in his photos. ...Heger’s work is very cloudy in tone lacking vibrancy, but this is what makes it so remarkable. Heger manages to create a warm feel of nostalgia in his images, which would not be true had he not muted the colour. “I have learned that in every scene should be presented visually attractive and eye-catching story for the viewer. It is also world of brilliant and vivid colours sometimes hidden in twilight, often contrasting and mostly unrealistic. This unreality thing is what attracts me on photographing the most.”I think Heger has a strong attraction to the idea of narrative and storytelling, which is deeply prominent in his photography. He uses colour muting to create a more atmospheric feeling and in this particular picture, the exaggerated colours and clouds in the sky play a major part in idealistic mood. Muting colour can also create a feeling of nostalgia, and in this picture I personally think it does. Perhaps it also relates to that fact that there are two children perfectly composed in the centre of the frame, but there is a touching sense of sentimental nostalgia, which isn’t uncommon throughout muted photography.... Estelle Penny U.K. David lives with his wife and two kids, among beautiful hilly land in small village close to Prague, Czech Republic.

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