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For Marco Ronconi, photography is not about capturing the perfect moment. It’s an instrument to share stories, express vision, create art. Fuelled by a passion for simplicity and oriental culture, his latest book ‘Hueco Mundo’ brings us work that seems painted or drawn, even calligraphic at times. With it, Marco shares a narrative of calm […]Read More
To document the beauty of the mountains: that was the goal of Catalan mountaineer Òscar Domínguez when he first picked up the camera. Working in the outdoor gear industry in Andorra, Òscar discovered his passion for the mountains early on, making ascents in the Pyrenees, the Alps, and the Andes. In the past few years, […]Read More
The floating blind technique is a wildlife photography classic. It allows you to float while supporting the weight of your camera while you stay camouflaged inside. You will never get closer to aquatic fauna or have a better low-angle perspective of the water, resulting in beautiful reflections and intimate portraits. If you have time to […]Read More
How often do you spend time in the forest? For Danish photographer Morten Hilmer, it’s like a second home. On his YouTube Channel, he invites us on his journey and shares what he knows about bushcraft and wildlife photography, inspiring us to do the same. “There’s a piece in our DNA that just relaxes in […]Read More
Just one year ago, Finnish photographer Mia Surakka was still running a company that designs and manufactures dance and gymnastics competition wear. Her business was increasingly demanding, leaving little opportunity to photograph her beloved birds. ‘More and more, I felt that photography – especially bird photography – was what I wanted to do full-time. So […]Read More