These ethereal stills by Poland based photographer Mac Oller are calm, zen-line and minimal in composition. Oller uses long exposure technique photographing in poor lighting or with use of strong neutral density filters in order to achieve this effect of solitude and oneness. Here is how he describes his process:
The difference between what one sees in reality and what can be seen in a picture, which can be considered a glimpse of the world captured by a photographer, is fascinating. When taking pictures I try to go beyond the boundries of a human eye and capture the flow of time.
I like how simple and refined his palette is. With the few ingredients and a single undiluted idea, Oller makes these tranquille captures, preserving the fleeting beauty of the moment.