who is konstantin|odin
Konstantin Odin, a Berlin-born and Hamburg-based portrait and fine art photographer, is known for his minimalist and focused style.
With a strong background in "Public Relations and Communication" and years of experience working for agencies across Germany, Konstantin's work is driven by his unique ideas and a deep appreciation for light. He currently operates from his studio in Hamburg, where he specializes in
conceptional art - called visual philosophy
Konstantin's passion lies in exploring the medium of photography, particularly in the realm of real monochrome digital photography and dynamic photography. He is highly skilled in using technology to create breathtaking works that captivate viewers with their content, while also pushing the boundaries of the medium itself. His work has been exhibited and published internationally, showcasing his artistic vision and technical expertise.
Whether working in his Hamburg studio or traveling the world to capture his images, Konstantin collaborates with a network of top-notch hair and make-up artists, styling experts, and technical partners to ensure every detail is considered in creating the perfect photograph. His studio is equipped with state-of-the-art lighting and photo equipment, as well as a high-end printer and workstations, to ensure the highest quality results.
In addition to his role as a photographer, Konstantin also enjoys engaging in various roles within the creative process, such as digital operator, fine art post producer, light setter, IT specialist, fine art printer, art director, and consultant for open projects. This diverse experience allows him to bring a unique perspective to each project and stay open-minded to new ideas and collaborations.
the concept of
Konstantin's work is inspired by the concept of visual philosophy, which delves into the complex question of "how to human." Recognizing that most human communication occurs visually, through shapes, contrasts, and spaces, he explores how these elements influence our perception of the world and each other. From identifying emotions through facial expressions to categorizing individuals based on appearance, Konstantin's work challenges societal norms and individuality, inviting viewers to question social development and human perception.
Apart from his work as a photographer, Konstantin has a love for Ashtanga Yoga, cycling, and tech, and enjoys moderating the open show, a special event where photographers can share their projects and stories. He is also a self-proclaimed coffee addict and takes pride in creating the perfect espresso from his beloved LaPavoni machine. So, let's have an espresso shot and embark on a visual journey through Konstantin's captivating and thought-provoking works of art.