With the last chill of winter breeze passing by, YellowKorner, French-based Lifestyle Photography Gallery, rides along to bring the art collectors to experience various aspects of summer in illustrious locations around the world through the lens of world-class talents depicted into the newly launched lively colorful collection that bring the summer straight to town. Presenting world-famous photographers including Richard Hirst, Ludwig Favre, Franck Bohbot, and Jörg Dickmann.
For Richard Hirst, a summer without a beach is not really a summer. To express the true summertime vacation, he came up with “Cloud Surfers” which represents the dreamy vibe of the surreal scenic seascape with surfers and their surfboards atop the rhythmic waves hitting the shores and breaking into white fluffy cloud-like bubbles.
Next up with the acclaimed photographer “Ludwig Favre”, the veteran of the industry takes his skills from art history, multimedia and audio-visual studies which helped train the eyes to be even more sensitive and professional. The golden photographer travels from city to city and gained the experience through his passion in the contrasting beauty of the dynamic urban architectures and way of life as oppose to the serenity of the nature.
Next up is a series of photographs by a famous French photographer Franck Bohbot displaying the summer feels under the theme of “Quite Pool Palm Springs” showcasing the bright color of the resort in Palm Spring with the signature palm trees.
The first talent is an Australian professional landscape photographer “Richard Hirst” aka “Hirsty”. His passion for photography began at a young age when he fell in love with the black and white photography class which has led him to the photography career focusing on urban landscapes and Sydney’s beautiful beaches for several before sparking yet another inspiration that resulted in his very own handmade darkroom today.
The chaotic buzz of Los Angeles with all its bright lights subdued by the enigmatic power and serenity of the setting sun was created into “Los Angeles City View” where Favre has perfectly expressed the urbanity of the location through brisk movements in contrast with lethargic nature that holds a deep hidden meaning for all the art enthusiasts to uncover.
Ending the summer with a calm summer in the city scenery by Jörg Dickmann. The series “Jardin Urbain” showcase the city light at night with the tree in the park. Presenting the contrast between the busy city life to a peaceful nature scenery.