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Daniel Grizelj's 'The Leaving' Shows People as Moths to Flames

 - Jul 25, 2011
References: danielgrizelj & whitezine
The old expression "like a moth to a flame" really seemed quite suiting when looking through Daniel Grizelj's 'The Leaving' photographic set. Each of Swedish photographer Daniel Grizelj's captures within this set seems to fit together seamlessly and exude an aura of unusual proportions.

The muses used within Daniel Grizelj's The Leaving photography series all seem to flock sensationally close to each of the pools of bright light in the images. This is one photographic set that will leave viewers seeing little black dots -- just as anyone would after looking directly in the light.

Implications - The incorporation of unusual imagery can be one of the most effective ways for photographers or companies to capture viewer attention instantly. Images like those within this photographic set leave viewers thinking 'what', 'who' or 'how' and these three questions are what capture viewer attention.