Paul Kahlert Photography

About me


I hope that you did enjoy my photos.
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I’m more than happy to assist you in any way I can.

Photos on the pages

Iceland Gullfoss view direction Langjökull

Landscapes, Iceland Snaefellsnes Kirkjufell
Nature, Red heather dragonfly
In the City, New York view on Manhattan
Close-up, Oil, water, colored background
Symmetries, Symmetry of smoke plumes
Miscellaneous, Old Citroen car

About me
New York Westfield World Trade Center, detail of wall and ceiling

Wind playing with water surface

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Capturing Moments Perspectives and Tensions

Photography has been a passion of mine for a long time. I find joy in capturing the world around me through eye and lens. My website serves as a platform where I can showcase my portfolio of photographs and share my work with others.

Landscape and nature photography have always held a special place in my heart. There’s something magical about capturing the grandeur of mountains, the tranquility of lakes, and the serenity of forests. These natural environments inspire me to explore. With every photo, I seek the tension field. Capturing what truly matters.

Cities, on the other hand, offer a different kind of charm. I love photographing urban landscapes and capturing the essence of bustling streets, towering skyscrapers, and vibrant cultures. Each city has its own unique story to tell, and I strive to capture those stories through my lens.

Another aspect of photography that fascinates me is close-up shots. It’s incredible how everyday objects can reveal intricate details when viewed up close. I often find myself experimenting with different angles and lighting to capture the hidden beauty within these subjects.

Symmetry and structures are elements that never fail to catch my eye. There’s something captivating about finding balance and order in a photograph. Whether it’s a perfectly symmetrical building or an intricate pattern, these elements add depth and visual interest to my compositions. It’s a creative outlet that allows me to see the world from a different perspective.