One of the things I have learnt after years of photographing the world is how dynamic all landscapes are. Before being bitten by the photography bug, my opinion was similar to that of most other people. Landscapes did not move. They were there, just waiting for me to be discovered, ready to show me that unique…

Some time ago I attended an exhibition at the Hermitage museum of Lausanne, Switzerland. Under the enticing title of “Windows”, a great number of paintings from artists like Matisse, Rothko and Magritte, among others, lured the visitor with the symbolic and metaphorical meaning of windows in the arts. Painting after painting, windows appeared in many different…

This month I received some wonderful news. I have become a Hasselblad Master! From here, I really wanted to thank you all for your friendship and your support for my humble work…THANK YOU! The Hasselblad Masters Awards is one of the industry’s most prestigious photographic competitions, and attracts entries from both established and rising talent from…

As the winter holidays approach, we wanted to offer you a couple of very special gifts. FREE EBOOK During the month of December, you will be able to “buy” for free (yes, for free) our first e-book of the series ”A photographer’s vision: Namibia”, devoted to Namibia in particular, but to all desert environments in general. In…

The last few weeks I have been travelling a bit around urban environments. First, it was Paris. I was attending Paris Photo 2013, one of the biggest fairs of photographic art in the world. With more than 55,239 entrances this year,136 galleries and 28 booksellers and publishers participated to the 17th edition of the fair. Paris…

I have always thought that a landscape photograph can only be classified as fine art when it essentially communicates information about the photographer and the way he or she relates to a certain place. A fine art photograph cannot be just  a mere representation of a place or the record of a moment in the photographer’s…

A couple of days ago we came back from our annual photographic trip “Lofoten: autumn moods”. Beyond the arctic circle, we shared with an incredible group of 6 photographers the magic of the Lofoten islands, truly a paradise for landscape photographers. This was one of those trips where everything turns perfect… We enjoyed a wonderful and…

  Almost a year has passed since I visited Venice with my old trusty Hasselblad camera. Months later and after hours of developing, scanning and post-processing, my new on-going portfolio “Timeless” has been added to our online gallery. You can see the photographs here. I still remember the first time I visited the floating city almost two…

In just three weeks I and Anca will be leaving for the norwegian arctic, where we will be leading a group of fellow photographers in the peak of the autumn magic in the Lofoten islands, one of the most photogenic and incredible places of this planet. Our 2013 edition photo-trip sold out in a few days,…