Tag : Photographer Interview

Italian Photographer Giacomo Vesprini Shoots The Invisible Elements In Street Photography

Giacomo Vesprini from Italy inspiring us with his street photography. He is a member of Eyegobananas, the coolest street photography collective. Commenting about his photographs, they are clever, in every aspect shows his powerful eyes to abstractive moments. Giacomo and his photographs prove us moments are most important and those…

Gareth Bragdon Shoots Unseen Street Photographs Which Are Clearly Stunning

Gareth Bragdon from Scotland shows us his mind blowing photographs on street photography. In this fine Interview with 121clicks.com, Gareth shares some great thoughts on the lines of art and photography. After reading his answers I was really moved and had a great respect to this photographer. Thanks, Gareth for…

Nilanjan Ray – Inspiring Interview With Documentary Photographer From India

NILANJAN RAY (b. 1959) has a handful of exposed stock on “HUMAN INTEREST” and keeps stock of other people’s money in a Bank since it is his profession. Has received wide appreciation Internationally as well as Nationally. Some of his achievements: Has received Merit Prize from National Geographic, USA &…

Alfredo Oliva Delgado From Spain Inspires Us With A Great Passion And Intensity For Photography

Alfredo Oliva Delgado from Spain is a psychologist and currently working as a Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Seville. Alfredo shoots the real flavor of people photography in a very unique style and its definitely inspiring. Three things I love about these photographs: Very natural yet…

Interview with Drew Hopper – Landscape, Travel And Documentary Photographer From Australia

Raised as a nomadic kid till the age of six and had home lessons from his mom, Drew Hopper today is an inspiring travel photographer. His photographs are mostly about moments, colors and composition. In this interview with 121clicks.com, Drew speaks a lot about his photographic journey, current assignments, his…

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