Landscapes

Interview with Abstract Landscape photographer Ole Brodersen

Interview with Abstract Landscape photographer Ole Brodersen

The forces of nature are natural phenomena always present in a landscape, beyond human control. Ole Brodersen‘s work is dedicated to unveiling this presence by exploring encounters between manmade objects and untouched nature. Brodersen grew up in Lyngør, a car-free archipelago in Norway with 100 inhabitants. His family has been living here for 12 generations. Ole‘s father is a sail…
Interview: with Fine Art Landscape photographer Ross Nicholson

Interview: with Fine Art Landscape photographer Ross Nicholson

I have been involved in photography for four years. While I have matured in age, my style is also maturing into a confident monochromatic medium. ‘Subliminal Tones’ is a term I have adopted and tagged to black and white images I’ve created from traveling in and around Scotland and I’m actively working to expand this portfolio as much as possible.…
Interview with Landscape photographer Ludovico Poggioli

Interview with Landscape photographer Ludovico Poggioli

Ludovico Poggioli, born in 1973 in Umbria, where I still live and work, always distracted and deeply in love. I often walk with a camera around my neck and my two dogs on leash and every now and then I take a photo that I still like the day after. I choose analog photography because leaves me free to forget…
Interview with Fine Art/Landscape photographer Zoltan Bekefy

Interview with Fine Art/Landscape photographer Zoltan Bekefy

Zoltan Bekefy is fascinated by the constant spectacle offered by nature. He has travelled the world with his camera in hand, striving to sublimate the landscapes that he discovers in the course of his unusual journeys. Capturing the essential, his work constitutes a silent report on the beauty of the world, in which simplicity, purity, and minimalism set the tone.…
Interview with Industrial Landscape photographer Jonathan Bourla

Interview with Industrial Landscape photographer Jonathan Bourla

– How and when did you become interested in Photography? I was interested in photography as a hobby in my teenage years, belonging to a local camera club, and using a 35mm camera to shoot transparencies. Before I went to university I was fortunate to attend a week long photographic residential workshop in Edinburgh, Scotland. This was a great experience,…
Interview with Landscape photographer Roger Hansson

Interview with Landscape photographer Roger Hansson

– How and when did you become interested in photography? My interest in photography started pretty early, my dad photographed pretty much and had his own darkroom. I was often there, fascinated to see the pictures appear on the photo paper. But I was not that interested that I began to shoot immediately. It took a while… film was expensive…
Interview with Landscape photographer Jan Faul

Interview with Landscape photographer Jan Faul

Now living in Maryland, but born in New York, renowned photographer Jan W. Faul has traveled across the United States and Europe to portray vibrant landscapes and distinctly human creations on our land. He has traced the footsteps of his great-grandfather who both graduated at the top of his class from Yale and fought in the Civil War. Mr. Faul…
Interview with Landscape photographer Souvik Maitra

Interview with Landscape photographer Souvik Maitra

Souvik Maitra was born in 1984 in Kharagpur, a small town in West Bengal, India. He was graduated in medicine in 2008 from Medical College, Kolkata, the oldest medical school in India. He was interested to photography during his graduation. After that he moved to New Delhi in 2012. Since then he is active in searching the hidden treasure of…
Interview with Landscape photographer Daniel Tjongari

Interview with Landscape photographer Daniel Tjongari

Daniel Tjongari was born in Surabaya, Indonesia, on January 8, 1977. Daniel learn photography at Malaysia from one of fine art Master from Brooks Institute of Photography USA who concern about Ansel Adams’s Black & White zone systems. For Daniel photography is about imagination, emotion and trying to put a little of your soul into every picture you take. It…
Interview with Martin Ogolter

Interview with Martin Ogolter

Martin Ogolter was born in Austria. In 1990 he moved to New York, where he graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts. In New York he worked as an Art Director in publishing and music for companies such as Penguin Books and Atlantic Records. In parallel had his first photograph published in 1994 and his work has…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer David Fokos

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer David Fokos

David Fokos was born in 1960 in Baltimore, MD and currently lives in San Diego, CA. Using an 85-year old 8×10 view camera, world-renowned artist David Fokos has been photographing the landscape for over 30 years. Often working 100 hours or more to craft a single image, his elegant black and white images have been lauded as masterpieces of minimalism.…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Håkan Strand, born in 1959, lives in Stockholm, Sweden. Strand is an award winning Fine Art Photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. He brings his Scandinavian influences into his photography to create a style which is characterized by sophisticated simplicity of form, beauty and lines. By making use of low light environments, between dusk and dawn, bad weather and gray cloudy…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Michel Rajkovic

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Michel Rajkovic

There are places that carry you, lights that you freeze and moods that you fill emotions. It is through a long period of research and location scouting that his work begins. Michel Rajkovic does not try to capture the landscape as we perceive it. On the contrary, patiently, with long exposure technics, he invites the time and chance to bring…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Philippe Mougin

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Philippe Mougin

How and when did you become interested in photography? A long time ago i discovered a photographic book from the great Jean-Loup Sieff… it was a revelation for me, not for his nude but for his black and white landscapes in Normandy, Scotland… so Dark and so Timeless…. Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your art? I’m really fascinating also…
Interview with Wet-Plate Collodion / Landscape photographer Ben Nixon

Interview with Wet-Plate Collodion / Landscape photographer Ben Nixon

Ben Nixon creates landscapes of extraordinary beauty through the unwieldy nineteenth-century wet-plate collodion process, a hands-on photographic technique that offers the artist tight control of materials and yet invites serendipitous visual irregularities influenced by conditions in the field. Nixon avoids photographing recognizable landscapes, transforming non-iconic terrain into mysterious, intriguing worlds. Nixon prefers older technologies so that he can slow down…
Interview with Black and White photographer Bill Allen

Interview with Black and White photographer Bill Allen

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? My love of photography started in March 1982 when I purchased my first camera, a Pentax M E Super, 35mm film camera and assorted lenses. In May 1995 I move to Cannon and purchase an EOS5, and later that year enrol in a city & guilds photography course at Brighton…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Samuil Velichkov

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Samuil Velichkov

I was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 1962. Photography was just a hobby in my school years. Since 2007 I discovered photography as a fine art and it has become a real passion for me. I prefer black and white landscape photography, long exposures, square format. For me photography is something very intimate. It’s an escape from my daily round and…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Leon Leijdekkers

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Leon Leijdekkers

Born 1962, Zierikzee, The Netherlands. In my undoubtedly colourful memory, I mainly spent my youth wandering through nature on the beautiful island Schouwen-Duiveland. It’s then that I started taking pictures and got my own darkroom. My professional career as a classical musician and later in orchestra management forced me to move and live elsewhere and at the same time I…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Frang Dushaj

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Frang Dushaj

Frang Dushaj was born in 1975, Shkoder, Albania. Based now in Sweden, inspired primarily by the beauty of nature and specializing in black and white photography. He looks for a special mood and atmosphere which gives the landscape an aesthetic appeal and conveys an elegant and sometimes delicate presence of the details in an image. Frangs photographs have been published…
Interview with Large Format / Landscape photographer Roman Loranc

Interview with Large Format / Landscape photographer Roman Loranc

I am a native of southwestern Poland and was born in Bielsko-Biala in 1956 during the communist era there. When I was 26, I immigrated to Madison, Wisconsin (1982) and moved from there to Modesto, California in 1984. Much of my earlier better-known photographic work was created in California’s Central Valley when I lived in Modesto. I moved to Northern…