German photographer Katharina Jung portrays the mystery within people by connecting it with nature.
Reflecting her imagery daydreams Jung has already created a portfolio full of dramatic portraits and spectacular conceptual photos. Taking advantage of the natural landscapes surrounding her home, Jung photographs both herself and other models in impossible situations, whether it's floating in midair, holding onto a cloud, or diving deep underwater.
Her evocative images look like extraordinary dreamscapes, blending surreal and fantasy elements to create compelling visual narratives.
According to Jung, photography is an effective way to cope with intense feelings. In an interview with Lens People, she said, “Maybe it's heartbreak, fear of loss, oppression–the photographer communicates with the viewer. I can say that I'm trying to convert my emotions into images. And that helps me a lot to deal with them.”