To follow a truly personal view is the only real luxury. True Colors Photography is about preserving the pic as a precise function of reality.
True Colors PHOTOGRAPHY by HeIMO MAUSER
The basic elements of society are made of rock and did not change since Adam and Eve.
Heimo's photographic heart beats for "True Colors". the pure, authentiC and subtle pic without any cheating photoshop. HEIMO MAUSER IS OFTEN SEEN CLOSE TO A SOMEWHAT MAGIC "NEOVERISMO SELETTIVO". Those who are sufficiently interested in his work will be smart enough not to ask for clarification and willing to form their own interpretations.
as an artist he feels sympathetic to raw Geniuses like Brett Weston and Slim Aarons:
Brett Weston - the wunderkind of american photography, naturally masculine, unharmed by politics and ideology, untroubled by issues of gender emerged as an enigma of modernism. a man who stood alone - open, sincere and innocent, inspired by the magnificence of nature. not exactly a creature of art critics, but unmistakably genuine and positive. is he for real? critics, who weston always disdained, are still making up their minds (www.brettwestonarchive.com).
slim aarons never made a big thing about creating high art, which is why his friend and protégé, the photographer Jonathan Becker says, "He had no pretensions at all about what we're doing. He kept reminding me, 'It's all bullshit’“. as a consequence the art world tries hard to ignore him (www.photos.com/best-sellers/best-of-slim-aarons).
“Fressen und Vermehrung kommen vor der Moral.” (Berthold Brecht reloaded)
amongst others heimo also admires andreas gursky, Jeff Koons, ralph gibson, aaron siskind, jacob aue sobol, mario giacomelli, sebastiao salgado, otto steinert, peter LIK, jan saudek, andreas feininger, rudolf koppitz, man ray, richard avedon, david lachapelle, nick brandt and magnum-founder henri cartier-bresson (www.jeffkoons.com, www.parisphoto.com, www.photolondon.org, www.thearmoryshow.com).
“there is no end. there is no beginning. there is only the passion of life.” (Federico Fellini)