Flashover in Germany

Apr 29, 2018


How the Photo was Taken

For every photo I take I use my Nikon D3200 with 35mm lens. This photo is edited in Lightroom with Kodak Portra 400 – preset and a few manual commands..

Photo Location

The photo I chose was taken in July this summer at the Jewish memorial in Berlin. This is a very famous place for tourists and it was crowded but all of those people were hidden between the concrete slabs. I noticed these two boys who were the only ones sitting on the slabs since it was forbidden. But watching them talking and not caring about the world around gave me some peaceful feeling. I named the photo "Flashover" which explains the moment a conversation becomes real and alive.

About the Author


I am a 22 year old architecture student from Skopje. I've been photographing for 8 years now and beside traveling and music, I still haven't found something that makes me happier.

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