Written by Florian Kazimirski

On April 9, 2019

Paul Eis on Television

Paul Eis on Television

by | Apr 9, 2019 | blog, Galerie Minimal, Paul Eis

By explicitly coloring gray and mellow facades, Paul Eis pleads for more color in the cities. He photographs modern architecture and subsequently “paints” it in the editing process in bright colors afterwards. To do this, he uses the well-known image editing program Photoshop.

A couple of month ago we already took you behind the scenes of Pauls creation and showed you how he facilitates his unique images. Now the german TV channel DW featured Paul in his program and made some nice shoots of him and his process. Enjoy!

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