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About Jennifer Scales

Jennifer Scales Jennifer Scales - Moved by Beauty

I love nature, travel and photography... that might be all that is needed to explain why I do what I do. But being the kind of person who enjoys reading the "about me" texts on every website, I will go in for a little more detail:

When I started studying photodesign in 2003, I still thought I'd be just a "normal" photographer once I'd got my diploma, but then I got hooked on travelling...

I fell in love with Paris when I did my practical training semester there, and used every opportunity to visit this amazing city. The day after I bought my first digital SLR, I was once again on the night bus, and started playing around with my new toy. As the light faded, and the shutter times grew longer, I started seeing the first results of capturing the motion through the landscape.

I was thrilled, and began to exlore the wonderful worlds of motion and blur. Needless to say; I chose experimental photography as a main subject in the remaining years of my studies, and when I did my diploma work (Der Weg ist das Ziel, 2007), it was the essence of what I had learned so far.

By that time I had already decided that the world had enough photographers for doing the "focussed" pictures, and became an artist instead. Since then, I have studied landscape in motion from all kinds of perspectives, but most of the time, through the windows off moving trains: going 200 miles per hour in the French TGV, or moving slowly through nature, taking the Railjet to Vienna or the Eurostar to London. Later, I added more exotic surroundings. Taking pictures through open doors in a slow Indian railway has it's own charm, and so has the view from modern Chinese and Taiwanese high speed trains.

And I still don't get bored with all the beauty that I find through my lens...
I am still moved by beauty.