A Polish photographer grabbed attention for his creativity in an amazing photo session, during which he appears as he embodies his capture of the moon as he puts it in the trunk of his car, in a series of wonderful pictures that sparked controversy on social media sites, according to the British “Daily Mail” website, Polish photographer Chris Froese took The 41-year-old, two years old, is preparing for this shot where he uses his hands to push the moon into his trunk while standing on top of a hill, then closes the trunk door and prepares to drive away with what appears to be the moon in his car.
moon robbery photoshoot
According to the Polish photographer, the series of pictures titled “Stealing the Moon” came to his mind about two years ago, and he began preparing for it since then until he seized the right moment when the moon is full to implement it with the help of one of his friends.
“I couldn’t believe the fuss the pictures made, but it’s worth it,” says Chris Froes. “I waited until I got a Subar, compared it to the moon, and realized I could get unprecedented shots.”
He indicated that he had seen many sites in nature, prepared well, and was in contact by phone with the man who took the pictures to tell him what he was doing, so that the historical moment would not be lost.
Froez said he enjoys a style of photography known as magical realism, expressing his happiness at the spread of the images and the huge admiration they have received.
He explained that it was not easy because of the distance between the camera and the car, which was approximately 200 meters, in addition to the fact that it was night, and he could barely see the view through the lens, which required a super effort to focus, and as soon as he finished filming, he called his wife Cassia, and said to her: Honey, I’m coming home, I have a picture of you.”
On his website, the Polish photographer describes photography as taking place in the real world, but he monitors seemingly unrealistic events, and stressed that since his childhood he has always been looking for unconventional scenes, unique movements, or unusual climatic conditions, and tries to be on time In those places, he feels the atmosphere, and lets his dreams slip into his lens.
In a similar incident, in 2019, Russian photographer Diana Badmaeva managed to take pictures of her husband holding the sun in the back of his car in Russia, and she said – at the time – that she “had only a few minutes to capture the scene because of the speed of the sunset on the horizon.” “.