The human form has strength in its presence and is captivating in its soul. Personality and individuality can be seen in every face. How do we capture the human form–presence and soul–and forego personality? Can we evoke a new emotion by capturing moments in time that show humans as a subject in a landscape and nothing else? Without disregarding the consciousness of human subjects, can a new meaning be drawn so that the viewer places themselves in the seemingly timeless moment portrayed by the image?
Emily Julka is a photographer, videographer, and creative director working out of Madison, Wisconsin.