Another superb project, I really enjoy these. Not only the photography but I really like how you present the images. Your editing process is spot on and even though they are shot on a range of cameras I appreciate the post-processing you’ve done to cohesively tie these together. Your work is up there with Jacob Aue Sobol’s in my opinion.
Hi Lee, sorry I haven’t responded yet but I wasn’t entirely sure what to say after such a flattering comment. The thing I appreciate the most about Sobol’s work is that he shoots for himself and shoots photos that mean something to him. I want to do the same. Really appreciate the compliment, Lee.
I like this set very much! Very contrasty black and white and pictures dynamic in a “photojournalistic” kind of way. Interesting way of presenting the photos (as opposed to regular side-by-side placement). However, I’d love to see them bigger (some of them are just too small to see the details comfortably, especially vertical ones).
I agree with Patrick on some images being too small. But I like your way of shooting very much and I aspire to it. I have liked the works of Sobol’s as well and now you are on my list as well…not only this, other posts and projects are good as well!!!
Thanks Dipu, I understand about the images being small. It is kind of just the way it works with the portfolio template I use. I’m terrible at this type of thing and appreciate the input.
Really appreciate the kind comments too!
BTW, was the name of the project inspired by something else? or you just came up with that. I really like the world “labyrinth”
Moriyama did a book called labyrinth, although I wasn’t aware of it when I shot these. Just the definition of the word matched what I wanted to show.
ohh!! There’s a song by Pink Floyd-echoes, I love the word “labyrinth” used in that song and I thought may be you used from that song.. I was hoping to use that word in a project 🙂
looks like Silent Hill
Haha right. The scratched lens on the camera made the photos come out like that.