Our photographer of the week is still studying for a BA Hons degree in photography at the moment and has been a photographer for years who loves taking photos using both film and digital.
Joanna wants to eventually teach photography, she still has her own projects running alongside degree work.
I am sure you will enjoy 10 of her pictures showcasing her unique style. For the full works, you can visit her website.
Our amazing photographer of the week is Lars van de Goor. Born in 1964 in The Netherlands, in a houseboat, next to a farm, located between lakes and meadows. His first passion was music, the latest photography and editing. In a way he is still composing.
In 2007 Lars bought his first camera, a few months later he placed the very first pictures on the internet. Now four years later he got nominated as a finalist in the 2010 Hasselblad Masters Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the world of photography.
Our photographer of the week is Claudio Coppari, a keen photographer from Italy.
Claudio does photography as a hobby and his main interests are landscape and travel, he specially loves to shoot places near home and Nordic Europe countries.
During his work he always tries to be at the right place on the right time to capture the best light.
Born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, on March 24, 1963, Hengki Koentjoro is an accomplished black and white photographer. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara, California, where he majored in video production and minored in the fine art of photography.
Hengki returned to Indonesia to become a freelance videographer/editor, specializing in nature documentaries and corporate profiles, and now lives in Jakarta with his wife Lana and their three children.
Hengki is a part time practitioner of the art of black and white photography, which he believes to be his true purpose in lifeâ€™s journey of expression.
Our Photographer of the week is Dan Ballard an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado.
His award-winning images take you on a visual journey to some of the world’s most beautiful and far-reaching corners. His travel experiences have led him to nearly 50 countries on five continents around the globe.
I leave you to enjoy only 10 of his selected work.