… His work is characterized by a square frame, minimalistic approach, high order, and a peaceful, yet often sorrowful and melancholic atmosphere. The influence from minimalist photographers, such as Michael Kenna can be seen clearly in his waterscapes. George rarely tries to capture the moment and finds that by ignoring reality he can best convey his inner vision and underlying emotions. …
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Secret Waters and Minimal Landscapes by George Digalakis
more at Behance
Armé de son Nikon D810, Francesco Gola parcourt les côtes du monde entier contre vents et marées depuis presque 10 ans, pour saisir des images uniques que seuls les paysages mystérieux des bords de mer et d’océan peuvent offrir.
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Passion Littoral avec le photographe Francesco Gola
plus sur Le Mag
Привет, дорогой посетитель моего сайта! Я рад, что ты оказался здесь на мгновение: на этом сайте – галереи моих работ, статьи и анонсы фотопутешествий. Наверное, вам интересно, кто я такой, какую технику использую и чем я живу? Тогда дам пару ответов.
Я использую фототехнику фирмы Никон: Nikon D800, Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8, Nikkor 80-200 f/2.8, Nikkor 14 f/2.8, Nikkor 50 mm f/2.8. Штативы Benro Travel Angel, Gitzo.
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Даниил Коржонов | Daniel Korzhonov
more at 35photo
Frank Zschieschang experienced life in different parts of the world. Born and raised in a small town on the idyllic coast of the Baltic Sea in East Germany, he grew up in a socialist environment. His childhood and adolescence were very safe and protected, however, he longed for freedom as citizens were not allowed to travel to non-socialist countries.
Frank suffered with the knowledge that he would never see the vast extent of the Grand Canyon, the colourful display of the Northern Lights or the setting sun over the majestic dunes of the Sahara. But then, very unexpectedly, things changed.
The German wall came down and a completely different world presented itself. All of a sudden, the whole world was open to being explored. This was when Frank Zschieschang first came into touch with photography. He borrowed two rolls of film and the family SLR to explore the world and discovered photography as his true passion.
In years of self-study, living in Italy, the UK, Spain and Hong Kong he developed his photography skills to a professional level. It was during his time in Spain when he also started working on time-lapse projects and studied web development. The wanderlust never released its grip on Frank and it has become an essential part of his art. He now lives and works as a photographer and web designer in Hong Kong.
Bau-Xi Photo is pleased to present Oceans, the latest series by David Burdeny. Oceans explores the geological formations of water bodies in the Bahamas, Australia, and Europe, capturing the complex, abstract qualities of the deep sea. Burdeny’s scenes are celebrations of the natural world, but, below the surface, they map a precious and precarious resource. Serpentine sandbars stretch into a Bahamian horizon; Australian bays are sharply rendered fields of impossible blue. Long exposures—evident in views of Sicily—soften waves, revealing formations beneath the water. Bodies that dot the cliff sides cast long shadows, indelible marks on an expanse otherwise untouched. The contemporary sublime is for Burdeny both a call to action that compels one to protect her world, and a message about culpability. Receding vistas are the dreamy escape; human presence is the sobering reminder. Like the depths his exposures reveal, Burdeny unearths layers—of not just the landscape—but the fraught relationship between the earth we inhabit and the environmental future we inherit.
David Burdeny (b. 1968. Winnipeg, Canada) holds Masters degrees in Architecture and Interior Design, and is the recipient of notable photography awards including Photographer of the Year (Nature category) at the International Photography Awards.
This exhibition has been selected as a featured exhibition for the annual Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
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