While street photography might be difficult, it’s a lot of fun when you get to go to new areas and meet new people. Street photography also necessitates a high level of alertness, a keen eye for detail, and a level of inventiveness and imagination that only a few photographers possess.
Jeffrey De Keyser is one such photographer who goes to many regions of the world and takes some stunning images of ordinary people’s daily lives. Throughout his travels, the Belgian photographer encounters a variety of circumstances that represent “the ludicrous human condition.”In the gallery below, you can see some of his amazing images.
Jeffrey’s work has been shown at several international festivals, including the Italian Street Photo Festival, the Brussels Street Photography Festival, the London Street Photography Festival, and others. The artist was also recognized at the “Lens op de Mens” photo festival in Pelt, Belgium, and the Fotonale in Bruges, Belgium.
The artist was contacted by Bored Panda to discover more about him and his creative process.
Jeffrey De Keyser was born in the Belgian city of Kortrijk, in the province of Flemish, in 1984. The artist earned a master’s degree in political science from Ghent University and currently works as a social science teacher in Ghent, Belgium. Jeffrey loves to teach, but he’s also interested in photography and travel.
The artist has always been fascinated by photography, but when he found the street photography genre, he became much more so. According to him, it allows Jeffrey to express himself even more and explore unexplored precious moments in life. It shifted his perspective on the world.
The surrealist movement has had a strong influence on Jeffrey’s photography. He wants to depict a portion of humanity’s weird and ludicrous predicament. One could uncover new methods of observing society and humanity by looking at these images.
Everyone enjoys the snow until it outstays its welcome.
The rooster appears to be in a bad mood. “This is what my life has become,” he says.
I understand we’re just having a good time here, but the child is very young, so I’m hoping he’s just watching the exciting racing that’s about to take place and not thinking sexually. That’s most likely just us adolescent perverts.