Cheryl Maeder

Cheryl Maeder
Cheryl Maeder
Cheryl Maeder

There is something mysterious and dreamy about photography that plays with focus and depth of field. These photographs almost seem like little impressionist paintings, don't you think? Beautiful! I was so happy Cheryl Maeder let me know about her dreamscapes. She will be showing in a Galerie Mark Hachem at the Place des Vosges in Paris November 17-30th.

16 comments:

sylvie said...

oh rachel! dreamy photos and me are soul mates :) rachel's images are truly exquisite and what i would do to have that blurry beach piece in our little dream cottage by the sea...a girl can dream, can't she?
xo,
sylvie of silver lining

Annie said...

love this!!

Lisa Michelle Cifuentes said...

So dreamy. I love these. ♥

gretchenmist said...

these are really beautiful and insipring :)

Lizzie [Ten Thou Bride] said...

those are stunning...i completely get the dreaminess, they're awesome!

Modern Palm Boutique said...

They are lovely and mysterious. What a unique way to enjoy beautiful photography. Love it!

Sofie from Envelop.eu said...

Stunning. Seem like impressionist paintings indeed! If i'm in Paris next month i'll make sure to visit the exibition...

B. Inspired. said...

Oh, I just love this photography! Looks magical.

Alicia said...

beautiful images!! and i especially love the photo of san francisco below bc i live in the city! glad to have stumbled upon your blog! ;)

Lauren said...

Honestly?? Looking at these makes my head hurt

Caroline Hallemann said...

I love those. Especially the middle one :)

Walter Helena said...

Lovely....

(I suppose it makes sense that different photographers across the oceans each call their different works dreamscapes.)

xo,
WHP

AlpHa Buttonpusher said...

I couldn't agree more.

nichole said...

Oh wow. These are stunning. And they don't seem affected at all. Love.

casey said...

i normally don't go for out of focus photos but these have something perfectly imperfect about them.

Anonymous said...

looks like uta barth?

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