The experimental Berlin Photo Series by Stephanie Jung boasts an ethereal aesthetic.
Despite her small town roots, the Schifferstadt-based photographer has managed to create photography that depicts the world's most well known cityscapes. In this series, Yung captures the German capital of Berlin. The most dynamic aspect of her work is the utilization of double-exposure techniques to create hazy portraits. This signature aesthetic gives hectic urbane settings a quality of serene motion.
There is an overwhelming sense of transience in this depiction of Berlin. The notion of creating images that capture time passing is beyond artistic and somewhat emotive. It's commendable that Yung has succeeded in creating a series that captures not only a single moment in time, but time itself.
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