Julian Piehler's eye is looking for a colour palette with naturally muted colours. „I’ve always had a soft spot for details. I was interested in discovering new perspectives and angles—teaching the eye to recognise something that would typically go unnoticed as you walk by. From the headlights of classic cars or macro shots of leaves and plants, many of the motifs I select are static. I can influence the light, sit tight until the wind subsides, and patiently wait for the perfect moment to release the shutter.“And if he can't get a suitable motif in front of the camera, he simply illustrates one to his taste.