Colors By: MaxIM gershun


Maxim Gershun was born September 7, 2001. Max Has always had a thing for photography since a little boy. He would always noticed the small things and make them photography worthy. He was inspired by his father which loved photography, and his father passed on his love for it.

He was born and raised in Vancouver Washington. Everytime he had a chance to travel he would absolutely take it. He has 7 brothers and 1 sister. As a kid his family loved traveling all across Washington and find the best views. His father would always say “Memories are always forever, But photo is always remembered and cherished.

His parents were both born in Ukraine but they moved to America long before Max was born. His dad used to be a paramedic and his mom was worked somewhere in the medical field. His parents always challenged him and life and Max always had a thing with playing with stuff that has electricity.

From his experiences and challenges he choose a really different path from his parents. He wishes on becoming a electrical engineer. He always wishes to have photography as a hobby and when every he travels for work to always take a picture of his experience.

Artist Statement

My theme of my pictures is color. Color is what most of all us people see. Color is a beautiful thing and it surrounds and gives light to our world. Many people are to blinded in themselves that they don’t appreciate what actually the earth offers them, and what they're missing out on. Color gives me hope and joy. Every time I would see a beautiful color or view i would get lost in thought and never want to leave.

People need to open their eyes more and accept what surrounds them and truly see what’s out there. I wanted to create a theme that would brighten someone's day and maybe actually open their eyes to the real world and see every color imaginable.

Leading lines
Rule of Thirds
Angles and pattern
Small Scale and interesting point of view
Black and White

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