corpse of the gone world
October192014
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pubmsrj said: Love your blog! Your photographs are so inspiring! I hope to be as good as you one day! Can you please check out my blog and give me some tips on ways I can improve my photography? Thanks

What should I say? I think I’m still a total newbie myself!
I won’t give you any workshop tip. But I can tell you what I believe… Photography is all about feelings. Even when you point your camera at most trivial thing in the world, try to breathe all your passion into it. Let it boil inside before you create. Fall in love with your work. And be proud of it! Then create another picture and fall in love again. Never imitate others’ work, rather turn impressions you get into own afflation. Experimenting means failing a lot, but always do your own way. This is the only advice I can give.

If my work inspires you, I’m the happiest photographer in the world!

Matthew

P.S. And don’t forget to break the rules! :)

October152014
October122014

gabe-of-thrones said: I just discovered your blog, and you've swiftly become one of my favourite photographers. Thank you so much for sharing your art with the world!

Gabriel, such praise makes blood in my veins flow with inspiration. I’m so glad you took pleasure in entering derelict sceneries I share!

Thank you,

M.

October102014
6PM

bomb-till-dawn said: Hey Matt, its me Matt, just wondering how everything is going, Hows urbex over near you? Much happening?

Hey namesake! :) Honestly I didn’t explore as much as I wanted to, my Uni work got pretty rough. Still, had some awesome adventures during holidays, one little infiltration included. Couple shots from that deteriorate factory are coming soon!

M.

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'Pride'
Jewish cemetery’s tombstone broken in clash between German and Soviet troops during Siege of Breslau. The Fortress spilled blood of soldiers and civilians till the very end of Second World War in Europe, surrendering in fire and despair along with whole Third Reich. After 82 days of encirclement almost entire city was lost in ruins.

'Pride'

Jewish cemetery’s tombstone broken in clash between German and Soviet troops during Siege of Breslau. The Fortress spilled blood of soldiers and civilians till the very end of Second World War in Europe, surrendering in fire and despair along with whole Third Reich. After 82 days of encirclement almost entire city was lost in ruins.

4PM

architecturetc said: Your blog is great, the pictures are amazing! xx

I’m really happy you like it! :)

M.

September222014
September192014

drawer-s-veins said: Hi , I saw your photographs on my dashboard and then I took the time to discover your artistic universe. Without an hesitation you're one of my favorite tumblr photographer , I like discover new photographers but some like you , who make me feel something, I can't describe , it's rare. I wish I could be with you when you're looking at these unique places. Your work can't be qualified it's just unique. Thank you for sharing your photos , keep going , you are very talented ! Kisses , Diane

Diane, your letter is a praise photographers’ selfish ego longs for secretly and powerfully. I’m stunned and delighted at the same time! It’s an absolute joy, being able to invite you into my universe. Into gloomy wonderland I took so few inside. It’s amazing and I’m humbled.

I bow to your words. I’ll strive for the best!

~Matthew

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