"Tallinn lives": an exhibition devoted to the streets of the city is opened in the Photography Museum.

Today, 15th of June, an exhibition of Kristian Saks` works is opened at 17:00 in the Photography Museum. It is the part of LinnaMuuseum (Tallinn City Museum), which is located at Raekoy Street, 4/6. It is called "Tallinn lives - a quick look at the streets of the capital". This is the second personal exhibition of the photographer.

The exhibition will be opened until 16th of July.

The author himself speaks about his works like this: "The first steps were timid, I was peeping with a telephoto lens. But, wandering around the city day after day, I felt, how shyness gradually gives way to excitement and shiver of inspiration. I moved to ever wider angle of view until I put a wide-angle lens into the camera. Also, the fact that no one paid much attention to the person who was shooting on ancient camera gave courage to me. And if one did pay attention, then only to the camera itself."

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