An Interview with Hans Strand by Beata Moore
An interview with Hans Strand by Beata Moore Hans Strand is a Swedish photographer specializing in aerial photography, spectacular vistas, as well as more intimate landscapes. He lives and works near Stockholm, Sweden. After a nine year career in mechanical engineering he decided to become a full time landscape photographer. Hans travels all over the world to capture his images; he is famed for his work on the wilderness of Iceland and Arctic Countries but also on rainforests and deserts. Hans has a strong… read more.
Selection of August 2016: Lines by Ales Komovec
When the lines meet the colors... Lines by Ales Komovec I took this shot in Southern Moravia, where I went with a couple of friends in the beginning of May,when all the rape fields were a mixture of green and yellow. The main goal of the trip was to visitsome well known landscape spots and maybe find some new, undiscovered ones. We were returning from the morning shoot, when we spotted this location. The light at that time ofthe day was not good, so we decided to return in the evening. It was a totally… read more.
Selection of June 2016: Bassenthwaite by Paul Sanders
A Composition Outside the Common Rules Bassenthwaite Dawn by Paul Sanders I was in the Lake District in Cumbria and didn’t want to miss the… read more.
An Interview with Dino Lupani by Beata Moore
Born in Casale Monferrato in the North West Italy, where he lives and works as a lawyer, Dino Lupani is a self-taught photographer passionate about nature and landscapes. His thorough observations of seasons, weather and tides lead to great understanding of the environment and as a result, the creation of images that stir the soul. Dino loves photographing extreme weather, especially storms and lightning; the distinctive light of such events, combined with an interesting composition results in very… read more.
An Interview with Cole Thompson by Beata Moore
Cole Thompson is a photographer based in Colorado, USA. His early inspiration comes from photographs created by Adams, Weston and Bullocks. He started photography in 1968 working with SLR and medium format cameras and developing the images in the darkroom. Self thought and fascinated with classical black and white images, Cole converted to digital in 2004. He is best known for his long exposures. Not earning his living from photographic work allows him to follow his artistic vision without any compromises.… read more.