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Interview: Sigurður Stefnisson, Icelandic Photographer

Posted by Stacey on: 2nd May 2013

Iceland by Sigurður Stefnisson

With many of our interviews, we try to tie them in with our exhibition themes so that anybody who is thinking of submitting their images to be included in one of our touring exhibitions can see some examples of how the professionals do it and can pick up some helpful advice, inspiration and tips on how to improve their own photography.

One of the themes that is currently touring is Four Elements. With this theme we are focused on the classical elements of Earth, Water, Air and Fire and we were looking for submissions that present a fresh insight into one or more of these elements. Luckily, we found a fantastic photographer who we hope will inspire you to get out there and take some creative and visionary images of your own.

Sigurður Stefnisson is an Icelandic photographer and off road driver guide based in Kopavogur. He specializes in photographic the dramatic and striking scenery that Iceland has to offer and built up an impressive portfolio of over 20,000 stock photographs of his country. His work has also featured repeatedly in The National Geographic magazine. We caught up with him to find out more about his work, his kit and his background.

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Infographic: Creating Sustainability In The Photography Industry

Posted by Stacey on: 30th Apr 2013

While we were trawling the web looking for great photography-related stories to include in our Friday Link Love post, we happened upon this brilliantly creative infographic that has been created by photographers Geoff Johnson and Kameron Bayne of Fotoseeds, an organisation that seeks to explore new……

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Interview: Simon Watkinson, Landscape And Travel Photographer

Posted by Stacey on: 4th Apr 2013


Simon Watkinson

For thisinterview we caught up with award-winning landscape and travel photographer Simon Watkinson of World In-Focus. Simon has 25 years of experience in professional photography, is a fully qualified Associate member of The British Institute of Professional Photography and has won numerous awards throughout his career. His professional career as a photographer began in 1987 when he was appointed photographer for the British Food Manufacturing Industries Research Association but he eventually left this position to complete two World-wide tours before returning to London where he interspersed employment in photographic labs and self employment as a photographer. Finally choosing to settle in the Peak District, he set up the very first digital photography training centre (The Peak District Photography Centre) back in 2003. Today Simon features regularly in the national photographic press, having a regular column in Landscape Photography magazine. He now specialises in travel and landscape photography and runs courses at home in the Peak District and around the World. We caught up with Simon to find out how he discovered his passion for photography, how he built his successful career, and what he has on the horizon this year.…

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Inspirational Quote

Posted by Stacey on: 26th Mar 2013

"If I have any 'message' worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no short cuts in photography" - Edward Weston ……

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Interview: Daniel Boud, Events & Performance Photographer

Posted by Stacey on: 13th Mar 2013

Daniel Boud is an Australian photographer based in Sydney. He started out by taking photos for fun - primarily of musicians - and posting them on his acclaimed blog Boudist.com. In 2007, he made photography his profession when he was appointed Chief Photographer for Time Out Sydney. He now shoots everything from portraits of celebrities, chefs, drag queens, sports stars, food, cocktails and sex toys.

Daniel now combines his role at Time Out with freelance work for a variety of companies. His clients include: Sydney Opera House, EMI Music, Universal Music, Sony Music, Ivy League Music, The Powerhouse Museum, Destination NSW, MTV, Laneway Festival, Rolling Stone and Monocle.

Luckily for us, Daniel agreed to answer some questions for us and in the following interview he tells us how he made it to the top with no formal photography training, how he manages to capture those all important action shots and what he has in his kit bag.

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