Our photographer of the week is Giulia Agostinelli, a 26 years old architect with a very strong passion for photography. She was born in Ancona, lived in Milano and recently moved to Paris.
Giulia used to basically take pictures since she remembers, with her father’s Yashika, but she developed a strong interest in photography only recently, maybe 4 or 5 years ago, with her very own first reflex.
With her pictures she always tries to fix some significant moments or deep emotions that places or people suggest to him : she loves to capture spaces with no people (both architecture and landscapes), but also loves portraits and, as you can see from this collection, she has a skill to play with objects and textures.
In this post, I am only featuring one of her highly creative collections called “In her shoes” – I simply love the series and I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as i did.
For her full work you can check out her Flickr stream or website and get in touch via her twitter account.
I leave you to enjoy this collection.
Our photographer of the week is from Osaka – Japan. He goes by the nickname y2-hiro.
He usually use Nikon D3s for landscapes and D300 for macro.
Through his photography and shots he always tries to stimulate inspiration.
Our photographer of the week is Suradej Chuephanich an emergency physician living in Thailand.
Suradej interest in photography started 5 years ago while playing with mobile phones then developed to DSLR camera.
His favorites lense is canon 70-200 mm f/4 IS.
Through photography, Suradej likes to turn simple things around him to be the attractive ones in pictures.
Our photographer of the week is Sairam Sundaresan, a self taught landscape and nature photographer.
Through his images Sairam tries to capture the emotions and moods in the world around him. He likes to experiment with various techniques like long exposures, HDR and minimalism.
His work was recently published in a couple of photography magazines.
I am a big fan for long exposure photography and I have been practicing it for a couple of years; so when I heard of “The Long Exposure” eBook (by David Cleland), I didn’t want the miss the chance to read it hoping that, after all this time, I could still pick up a trick or two. I can say up front I was not deceived.