Frank Linders‘ photographs reveal a world that is difficult to apprehend, realise or imagine. The philosophical question of “time and being” is always the central point in his work. While most photographers expose at maximum 30 seconds, or in extreme cases 60, Frank shoots longer. Much longer: from anywhere between one hour up to 12 or more, in just one exposure.
In this way the sun becomes a line from a point, shadows turn soft and seamless, and the dynamic process of the daily grind vanishes.
With a passion for light and elegance, Frank shoots cars, landscapes and people with dramatic effect.