Dany Peschl Shoots Solitude in Life's Hectic and Crowded Moments

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: danypeschl & lifelounge.au
The overwhelming nature of this crowded and still growing world is the inspiration behind much of the work of photographer Dany Peschl. His striking photo series, thoughtfully entitled 'Too Much,' may only consist of two of the above photos, but the crowded, yet lonely nature of the world is a common theme throughout each of his shots. LifeLounge even goes so far as to label Paschl's work as a sociological critique.

Keep in mind that not every shoot in his portfolio is ridden with deep, philosophical meaning. The Prague-based photog's portfolio is diverse in nature, with risque fashion shoots and candid captures also making regular appearances.

"Versatile as he is, a sense of isolation — of being a lonely observer who just doesn’t really fit in with the rest of the crowd — is the thread that ties it all together," says LifeLounge of the talented 33-year old, although his lens says it all without words. Stats for Creepy Claustrophobic Captures Trending: Older & Warm
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