"A life on the ocean wave. A home on the rolling deep"
Alexander Koby born in USSR.
Lives, photographs and hand prints in the UK, London.
Black and White Film Photography is the subject matter of mine to be working at and living by. It has become rather personal and intimidating to be able to transform the dream into a day to day life essence. Authenticity of this particular kind of photography has made me think and visualize my own self within.
Significance of composition that is freely ranged, lost and found with an eye of a viewfinder once walking along the streets and around the World does prioritize and motivate the desire of mine to press the button and then to do the rest. My perception of a beauty stands upon life time work of Henry Cartier Bresson and Norman Parkinson.
1930's and 1960's retrospectively Vogue orientated ladies and gentlemen, models, - are to be aware of my willingness to take photographs of in order to create a private and business minded portfolios. Personalities and individualism are the fundamental aspects to survive. Black and white film, 35mm and 120mm loaded in analogue cameras.
As a hand printmaker I will be glad to share the results of our artistic collaboration by presenting series of multigrade glossy and selective silver based fibre photographic prints.
"I have no fear of photography as long as it cannot be used in heaven and in hell. Sooner or later there must be an end to this painting of knitting women and reading men. I am going to paint people who breathe, feel, love and suffer. People will come to comprehend the holiness of it and take their hats off as in church".