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Parallel reality -Tomasz ZaczeniukTomasz Zaczeniuk born 1978 is...

Parallel reality -Tomasz Zaczeniuk

Tomasz Zaczeniuk born 1978 is a Polish photographer and digital artist from Lodz.

Now beeing on the way to make photography the way of living in every aspect. Interested in creating parallel reality with help of photomanipulation and music. Hope you will like it… 

Two most powerful things affecting our senses are: image and sound. For me it’s a harmonious whole. Every vision has a music background, song that I was listening to all the time I was creating image. It’s strange but I can not think about the image without music. It’s impossible. Everything around us is changing. All we have, are our memories and dreams. It’s important, to make them special and unique.

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