Imaginary World of a Psychotherapist: B/W Works In the Style of Digital Art

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Mitch Miller is a psychotherapist from New Jersey. As a child, he went to New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and there he saw a photograph of “Moonrise over Hernandez, New Mexico” by Ansel Adams. She made a great impression on Mitch and then he wanted to create something similar, something that could impress his future viewers.

Since then, this self-taught photographer has regularly searched the Internet and social media for inspiration, new techniques and trends, and applications for photographers. All of his photographs are black and white, as Mitch believes that this makes the images more “human“.

Mitch Miller’s only rule is that photography should touch the delicate strings of the soul, like music. For the last five years, he has been taking pictures only on the iPhone, explaining this by the fact that the iPhone is light, always at hand, the iPhone camera is easy to set up – this allows you to take pictures 24/7.

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