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Vladimir Filimonov: Capturing Life's Fleeting Moments Through the Lens of an iPhone

From Moscow to the World: A Traveler's Tale

Born and raised in Moscow, Vladimir Filimonov has led a life characterized by extensive travel and diverse cultural experiences. Living in various countries from a young age, Filimonov developed a deep appreciation for the world's myriad landscapes and the unique stories they hold.


A Father's Inspiration: The Beginning of a Photographic Journey

Vladimir's journey into photography began with the birth of his first daughter. As a new father, he found himself eager to capture the fleeting moments of her childhood - those precious, transient memories that so often slip away. It was through his daughter that he discovered his passion for photography, realizing the power of a camera to freeze time and preserve life's precious moments.


The Convenient Artistry of iPhone Photography

Unlike many professional photographers who rely on sophisticated equipment, Vladimir's tool of choice is his iPhone. Always at hand, this device has become an extension of his vision, allowing him to capture the world as he sees it in real-time. Friends and family have often noted the special quality of his iPhone photographs, recognizing something unique in his ability to see and capture the world.


Sharing the Vision: From Personal Moments to Public Art

Motivated by the reactions of his friends, Vladimir decided to share his photographs with a broader audience. His collection is more than just images; it’s a personal narrative told through snapshots. Each photograph reflects a moment in time, a glimpse into the life of a man who has traversed different worlds, both geographically and emotionally.


In Vladimir Filimonov's work, the ordinary becomes extraordinary, and the fleeting moments become timeless. His participation in the Zug Christmas Exhibition is not just a personal milestone but also an opportunity for art lovers to explore life's beauty through his eyes.




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