No. 8 Jérôme Treize
"Natural and artificial light counteract, harmonize, and balance"
Walk and wander. Hope and doubt. For a while. And again. I search for the unexpected connection between the environment man has built, and that which exists despite his presence.
Approaching each space, where the nature and the urban mix, is a strong physical experience. My mind focuses. My eyes catalogue the scene in front of me, while the buzz of the city fades.
The chance or luck which has led me to the image, now gives way to a methodic process. The scene dictates my vocabulary.
Natural and artificial light counteract, harmonize, balance and produce the desired atmosphere. I can't create an image. I only recognize it. It's there in front of me. It is given or not.
Jerome is a French photographer based between Paris and Sydney. He is a fairly quiet person by nature, and he has found that his camera is the best way to tell a story or create a memory. He studied Professional Photography at the Speos Paris Photographic Institute. He shoots both digital and film. Represented by Helmutmgmt Agency Paris.
You can see more of his work at www.jerometreize.com and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.
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Inside the Photographer's Mind
A series about the vision behind the images
No. 1 Satoki Nagata "Definition of Street photography"
No. 2 Damaso Reyes "Open Photograph, an Image that Whispers"
No. 3 Alison McCauley "Not to be Defined by a Genre or a Style"
No. 4 David Horton "Camera is your Passport"
No. 5 Michael Stepansky "The photographer needs to be in there somewhere"
No. 6 Zun Lee "Moments when a human being connects with another"
No. 7 Angie McMonigal "By emphasizing the subjects' details - its intricacies and nuances - its essence is revealed."