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User Spotlight: Nelson Mouëllic
The variety inherent in commercial and editorial photography usually makes for pretty entertaining portfolio viewing. In Nelson Mouëllic's case, this range covers travelogue, fashion, portrait, and landscape photography that all blends together in a couple fascinating ways.
One notable uniting thread is Mouëllic’s attention to environment. This is obvious with travel/landscape shots, but it plays a bit more subtly in constructing portraits. In the cook/kitchen shot above, for instance, there’s an equality of presentation, both the subject and many surrounding objects in focus, contributing to a sense of cohesion and intensity.
Additionally, Mouëllic’s framing is among the best we’ve ever seen. The spatial relationships among foci, whether they’re buildings, hills, hands, or branches, all appear calculated, anchored with a particular and dazzling geometry. These traces of intentionality, of a subterranean mathematics in each image, makes Mouëllic’s work truly breathtaking and exciting.
Nelson’s many other internet presences can be found in his portfolio’s “About” section, and you can buy our Aperture theme here.
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User Spotlight: Nelson Mouëllic
The variety inherent in commercial and editorial photography usually makes for pretty entertaining portfolio viewing. In Nelson Mouëllic's case, this range covers travelogue, fashion, portrait, and landscape photography that all blends together in a couple fascinating ways.
One notable uniting thread is Mouëllic’s attention to environment. This is obvious with travel/landscape shots, but it plays a bit more subtly in constructing portraits. In the cook/kitchen shot above, for instance, there’s an equality of presentation, both the subject and many surrounding objects in focus, contributing to a sense of cohesion and intensity.
Additionally, Mouëllic’s framing is among the best we’ve ever seen. The spatial relationships among foci, whether they’re buildings, hills, hands, or branches, all appear calculated, anchored with a particular and dazzling geometry. These traces of intentionality, of a subterranean mathematics in each image, makes Mouëllic’s work truly breathtaking and exciting.
Nelson’s many other internet presences can be found in his portfolio’s “About” section, and you can buy our Aperture theme here.
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User Spotlight: Nelson Mouëllic
The variety inherent in commercial and editorial photography usually makes for pretty entertaining portfolio viewing. In Nelson Mouëllic's case, this range covers travelogue, fashion, portrait, and landscape photography that all blends together in a couple fascinating ways.
One notable uniting thread is Mouëllic’s attention to environment. This is obvious with travel/landscape shots, but it plays a bit more subtly in constructing portraits. In the cook/kitchen shot above, for instance, there’s an equality of presentation, both the subject and many surrounding objects in focus, contributing to a sense of cohesion and intensity.
Additionally, Mouëllic’s framing is among the best we’ve ever seen. The spatial relationships among foci, whether they’re buildings, hills, hands, or branches, all appear calculated, anchored with a particular and dazzling geometry. These traces of intentionality, of a subterranean mathematics in each image, makes Mouëllic’s work truly breathtaking and exciting.
Nelson’s many other internet presences can be found in his portfolio’s “About” section, and you can buy our Aperture theme here.
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User Spotlight: Nelson Mouëllic
The variety inherent in commercial and editorial photography usually makes for pretty entertaining portfolio viewing. In Nelson Mouëllic's case, this range covers travelogue, fashion, portrait, and landscape photography that all blends together in a couple fascinating ways.
One notable uniting thread is Mouëllic’s attention to environment. This is obvious with travel/landscape shots, but it plays a bit more subtly in constructing portraits. In the cook/kitchen shot above, for instance, there’s an equality of presentation, both the subject and many surrounding objects in focus, contributing to a sense of cohesion and intensity.
Additionally, Mouëllic’s framing is among the best we’ve ever seen. The spatial relationships among foci, whether they’re buildings, hills, hands, or branches, all appear calculated, anchored with a particular and dazzling geometry. These traces of intentionality, of a subterranean mathematics in each image, makes Mouëllic’s work truly breathtaking and exciting.
Nelson’s many other internet presences can be found in his portfolio’s “About” section, and you can buy our Aperture theme here.
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User Spotlight: Nelson Mouëllic

The variety inherent in commercial and editorial photography usually makes for pretty entertaining portfolio viewing. In Nelson Mouëllic's case, this range covers travelogue, fashion, portrait, and landscape photography that all blends together in a couple fascinating ways.

One notable uniting thread is Mouëllic’s attention to environment. This is obvious with travel/landscape shots, but it plays a bit more subtly in constructing portraits. In the cook/kitchen shot above, for instance, there’s an equality of presentation, both the subject and many surrounding objects in focus, contributing to a sense of cohesion and intensity.

Additionally, Mouëllic’s framing is among the best we’ve ever seen. The spatial relationships among foci, whether they’re buildings, hills, hands, or branches, all appear calculated, anchored with a particular and dazzling geometry. These traces of intentionality, of a subterranean mathematics in each image, makes Mouëllic’s work truly breathtaking and exciting.

Nelson’s many other internet presences can be found in his portfolio’s “About” section, and you can buy our Aperture theme here.

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