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From the Editors Dear Camerapixo readers, begining with this issue we will post interviews with photographers. Our first choice is Alex Koloskov, who is very inspiring photographer. Alex will talk about his passion for photography, workshops and more about making simple things beautiful. Enjoy and you are welcome to comment or suggest a photographer for interview that you think may bring benefits and positive effect to our readers.

Meet the Master of splash photography

Hello Alex, please tell our readers who you are and what is your purpose in professional life? Hello everyone, I am Alex Koloskov, a curious photographer who loves to work in a studio, shooting tricky and challenging to photograph things. I also love to share my findings and solutions, and this is how people know me :-) This is probably the purpose of my professional life as for now: to help other photographers to get things done by showing uncommon ways and unusual solutions in photography. I started as a commercial photographer, but when I became successful in it, I realized that doing commercial photography assignments is not what I want to do for the rest of

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my life. I found myself much needed for the shot, the more fulfilled by helping better. I do not usually do other photographers. much of research, I prefer to approach the task with “clean mind”: quite often it allows me to create unique What made you solutions and produce take the leap something crazy enough to into professional make people go “WOW” ;-)

photography?

Photography was my hobby for many years, and doing it professionally was a natural move towards my passion.

Alex, do you have a favorite walk around lens... If so what Is It?

Would you give a brief walk through your work flow? Once I understand the requirements for the shot, I usually have few ideas in my head about how to get the shot done. The sooner I get into the studio and start playing with the lighting or building a custom rig

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the better: I love to solve puzzles. Usually it is higlossy things or “in motion” stuff, like liquids.

I am a studio photographer, and my most loved studio lenses are Canon 180mm F3.5L Macro for products and Canon 70-200 F2.8L IS for people. These are the best from Canon for tasks I do in a studio. When going outside, 90% of the time I use canon 8-15mm F4.0L fisheye lens: I like to create unusual shots from “usual” places, and this lens fits my desire perfectly :-)

What is your favorite product to be photographed? No preference here, the more challenging subject,

Are there times when you are not satisfied with your work? How do you know when a photo is really good?

You have created great photography, what do you get the greatest satisfaction from?

What was the funniest thing you have ever experienced in your career?

Sometimes when the shot The greatest satisfaction is is done we decide to go furwhen I see how my tutorials ther and go creative, doing and behind the scene videos crazy things... And it is fun help fellow photographers when it turns to producing unexpected and unusual to create something really cool. I love to inspire people results. ;-) Another great moment I have is when I see the final I am almost never 100% satisfied with the result, as image for a first time after Do you rely on a post-production, and it improving the shot is an lighting (natural, turns my “WOW” button on infinite process for me. I can or artificial), or do :-) We do many composite spend days finding better you rely on darkshots, where multiple ways to get the shot as room/computer close to the goal as possible, pieces I shoot in studio get combined into one image manipulation? without using Photoshop. during a post-production, However, every time I have and in many cases there is We always use the most to find a point when the no way to see the end result from both: I do the maxiresult is “good enough” before the post-production mum I can in studio with to make me be proud of piece is completed. the lighting and camera, myself. And when I get this and my retoucher uses feeling, I know it is time to computer manipulations as stop :-) deep as needed to get the

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desired result. In general, we do not care how the image was created, the only end result is what matters.

Please tell us more What have you about your online learned from photo coaching mistakes in photography?

We work on creating photo courses, where How do you make coaching we will not just be teachsimple things ing the students, but be beautiful? oriented on getting great results from each photogIt happens when we mix rapher. This is something creative ideas with perfect I found missing on all the technical execution and courses I’ve seen online: indo not compromise the structors seem to be worry quality on each of the steps: only about providing the photography and postbest learning materials, but production. I’ve seen many not on having students to great ideas were done deliver great shots during, poorly and this is what or after the course. killed the beauty of the end result. I have also seen per- I will concentrate on makfectly done plain shots, and ing sure that our students they never look beautiful to will produce an outstanding me. Only by mixing a true results during the course. artistic, creative approach Only this will ensure that and perfectly “engineered” our course was not waste of execution is what can pro- time and money. duce beautiful things, IMO. Check out Photigy.com workshops page for announcements.

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I did not have any mistakes. Every negative result I had was a great learning experience and I can’t call it mistake. Mistakes are something which we regret, and I do not have anything to regret in my photography :-) And the best thing I learned is to be myself, not trying to meet expectations of photographer’s community when it comes to self-assignments.

Can you suggest one or two “secrets” our readers can do to improve their ability to take better photographs?

There is no “secret” behind successful shots, the only difference between great and plain shot is that photographer did not stop after unsatisfactory or mediocre result. Did not stop even after 10 attempts of getting desired shot, continued to “dance around” and eventually got the image which makes him/her feel good about themselves. So, the secret is to never give up, work till you will be proud of yourself :-)

How does your family feel about your photography and do you travel a lot? I am happy photographer, my wife is my post-production artist and she loves working in Photoshop. Our kids grow up in the studio, and it is great feeling when


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I work in the studio with kids “helping” me around :-)) I do not travel much, and if we travel, we do it with the whole family. I do not like to be separated from those who I love, and this is one of the reasons I enjoy working in our studio, which is the basement of our house :-) This was one of the reason I stopped doing commercial architecture assignments: despite a great success I had to leave this marked as it required too much travel where I couldn’t have my family with me. I can tell that I never regret this decision.

What was the most interesting photography trip you have ever taken? Why? All my photography trips

happen in the studio, and the most interesting are the hi-speed action liquid shots. Liquids are so unpredictable, messy and fun to do!

Any books that you would recommend that are inspirational I have never read any photography-related books, all my inspiration comes from other photographer’s work I see online, as well as reading about life of people like Steve Jobs or Albert Einstein. Inspiration and creativity is something which can be found only inside our brains, and to know myself, to find my true desires is essential part of being inspired. These are few from books I’ve enjoyed reading: “Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Pas-

sion” by Gary Vaynerchuk, “The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich” by Timothy Ferriss, “Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us” by Seth Godin

What advice can you give aspiring photographers? Find your passion and follow it. You can be successful and become “the best” only doing what you truly love. Do not think about the money, think about what do you feel when doing your work. Do you feel good, inspired, is it interesting for you? Are you waking up thinking how cool the day will be because you have not finished something pretty interesting yesterday? If you’ll find your passion, money will follow.

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It works only this way, not vice versa :-)

Any projects you are working on currently? Anything planned for the future? Working on few online courses and other educational projects. Have few crazy ideas for the shots I want to do, hope soon you’ll see them.

Is there something that only few people know about you? Can you reveal it? I am trying to be always open, answering any question without hiding anything. My wife knows more about me than the...


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...rest of the world, but I think these little thing are not really interesting for anyone except her :-)

Do you have any dreams, what would you change if all was possible? I want to help people to find themselves. I see that 99% of human population are doing what they have to do, but not what they truly want to do. Just ask yourself: would I continue doing what I do if I’d have as much money as I needed? If the answer is “no way”, than you are not doing what you love :-) We were taught that this is OK to live like this, but I know that there is another, better way to spend our lives. I hope I’ll be able to help to change educational system and create new pro-

grams aimed towards developing personal skills and finding “built-in” talents of each human being, rather than preparing our kids to become a perfect fit in the commercialized consumer chain. I think we all would live in much better world if our kids would become creators, not consumers.

Anything else you would like to add? I have so may ideas to share but do not have time to do it now, hope one day I’ll write a book :-) Thanks for letting us pick your brain Alex. - My pleasure, I’m glad that I met you guys and wish Camerapixo project to be successful. You are doing great things!

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This ebook is based on Alex Koloskov’s product photography masterclass we held in August 2011 in Atlanta. During this 5 hour class Alex photographed seven different subjects and demonstrated how to effectively use various light modifiers (Most of them were DIY) for completely different product types. We used a watch, jewelry ring, 3 bottles of liqueur, (clear, dark glossy and matte), saxophone and perfume.

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This e-videobook is based on Alex Koloskov “Mastering Splash” masterclass. It includes 4 hours of video from the class as well as additional information about the the gear used and shoot specification. The full version of the e-book also includes a step-by-step post-production in Photoshop.

This HDR Photography eBook has been created based upon our own experience. All of our research has been done on the Internet using free sources such as photography forums and blogs. The rest has been learnt through our own experimentation based on a trial and error approach. We were one of the first photography studios to use HDR techniques for commercial architectural photography in the Atlanta metro area USA.


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Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow Imogen Cunningham


Photography is all about secrets. The secrets we all have and will never tell. Kim Edwards

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Emily Roper

I feel truly honored to have been counted amongst the brilliant photographers published in Camerapixo magazine. Anetta and Artur were fantastic to work with. They approach photographers and their works with a lot of respect and understanding, which is made even more clear by the slick and professional layout of the magazine. So thank you Artur and Anetta, I truly admire your work. It is both incredible and invaluable, and I wish you both all the best for the future of Camerapixo.

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Anthony Mendoza Barlan

Colors and emotions

Philippines

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Colors and emotions are what drives Anthony’s passion for photography. Adapting a quote from the person who inspired him and persevere in this field, Mr Manny Librodo, one of the world’s most famous photographers , “Portrait is a landscape of emotions”. These emotions are what flows through the soul and outlines vivid colours that create the fascinating landscape of emotions that is captured through the lens of the camera.

through the wonderful world of photography really kicked off from there.At first, he only did landscape and street photography until that day Anthony came across a Manny Librodo’s work – a great portrait shoot that captured his imagination.

From that point on, Anthony started experimenting and exploring, all in the name of capturing Manny’s iconic photographic style. Meeting the man himself only made It all started with a simple hobby Anthony even more committed to to capture great moments shared his style of processing photos that with family and friends using convey messages to the audience ordinary ‘point-and-shoot’ cameras. and not just images. After coming to work in Malaysia, Anthony got introduced to his very first DSLR camera, and journey

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TESTIMONIAL Photographers talking about Camerapixo...

Real “book” you want to keep even if it is digital Thierry Dehove

Real “book” you want to keep even if there is digital In the jungle of free publications that made us professional photographers, Camerapixo is a rare magazine to be savored each month, layout, format, the choice of photographers make it a real “book” you want to keep even if it is digital. It is an honor to be part of one of the issues, an honor to be part of this community that I respect so. Great job. Please do no stop us dreaming, traveling, especially to help. Anetta thank you, Artur thank you. . BEING PUBLISHED MATTERS Photography © Thierry Dehove Photographer’s website http://www.thierrydehove.com/

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Sławek hesja Krajniewski

Chasing the wind

Poland

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Sławek began adventure with photography in the late 70’s and Smiena camera. Then it was time for Zenit and high school photo club, which he ran for almost 4 years. With the purchase of his first Nikon SLR camera, Sławek began relationship with that Japanese brand. Association with Nikon was not only by use of the equipment but also a wide Nikon user community activation. Up to November 2009, hesja served as President of the Nikon Club Poland Association and is now a lecturer at the Nikon Academy.

In 2010 he launched the project “Odloty hesji” consisting of great amount of aviation pictures and Album. In 2012 he was awarded the prize Flight Eagles 2011 in the category aviation photographer. In Sławek portfolio you find pictures of almost every field but dominated by the theme of aviation. The main feature of his photography is to create images, not just the usual desire to “stop time”... Read more on Camerapixo.com

Sławek Krajniewski is the founder and president of the Association of Polish Aviation Photographers Air-Action (www.spfl.pl).

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Julia Anna Gospodarou

Searching for a perfect world

Greece

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An architect and a Fine Art photographer, Julia lives in Athens and has a passion for both architecture and photography doing them with the same dedication and joy. Interested in photography from a very young age, she is used to think in images and considers them even more important than words.

prerequisite in order to see them is to always have your eyes, heart and mind open. What she is trying to do with her photography is to find them and then capture them so they won’t fly away. Adept of the idea that processing your photographs is at least as important as shooting them, in order to give them a piece of yourself and make Julia is mostly known for her black them express your unique view over & white long exposure architecthe world, a view that is different tural photography and seascapes, for each and every photographer, but she is covering with her work her work goes beyond the boundamultiple aspects and photographic ries of traditional photography and genres, as she is in love with beauty enters the fields of imagination and in all its forms and is always in of searching for a perfect world and search of the best way to express the expression of this world through herself in images. images... Her belief is that beauty and perfection are always there, even More information available in the places that one wouldn’t on Camerapixo.com expect them to exist, and the only

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This is all reflected in the beautifully made magazine Xavier Bakker

As an amateur photographer, it was a great honor to be published in Camerapixo. I really appreciated being featured next to such talented photographers. It means to me that my photography does have a certain appeal. Since the publication I have have seen people interested in my photography. I don’t know whether it is fully related but it gives me the insight that exercising my hobby in a commercial fashion might be feasible one day. Working with the Camerapixo’s editor Artur was very rewarding as he is very encouraging and passionate about photography. This is all reflected in the beautifully made magazine.

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Matteo Butturini

Use light and unusual points of view

Italy

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Matteo is 25 years old Italian photographer. Matteo started photography in 2009 when he bought his first DSLR. In a short time photography has become Matteo’s way of live. He started the experience completely self taught, experimenting with curious ways to use light and unusual points of view. Matteo’s first shots were mainly focused on still life and details photography. Recently he has been interested in street and lifestyle photography, he loves to spend his free time walking around with camera capturing faces and unusual situations that he meet.

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It is an excellent collection of photography Ursula I Abresch

It was a great honor to have been one of the featured photographers in Issue 17 of this magazine. Artur and Anetta Heller run the magazine. They were wonderful to work with, very professional. If you haven’t seen this magazine, please give it a good look. It is an excellent collection of photography from around the world, published in a beautiful format. Much to my liking, it has many pictures and not too many words. The tablet format in particular is gorgeous to view. I very much like it that the magazine is keeping up with times, exploring all these new ways of information dissemination, and putting them to very good use. Again, if you haven’t taken a look yet, take a look now.

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Baber Afzal

Importance of color in an image

USA

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Baber Afzal is one of the leading landscape photographers and an aspiring Director from Pakistan. He was born in Karachi, Pakistan where his keenness of photography commenced as a child viewing his father’s outstanding photographs of the striking landscapes of his picturesque motherland and the superb Paris, France.

He developed his enthusiasm for HDR photography (High Dynamic Range) in appreciation to his mentor, David. J. Nightingale, one of the elite photographers in Europe and masters in post-processing. The techniques he learnt taught him the importance of color in an image and how to grab the audiences attention by selectively coloring his images.In 2010, Baber had his imHe was blessed with an ardent pas- ages published in the Khaleej Times sion for photography with a strong Magazine which is distributed in pre-visualization factor. He also the GCC countries UAE,Oman, Qatar, completed his BSc (Honours) in the Kuwait and Saudi Arabia... field of Computer Engineering from one of the prestigious institutes More information you will find on in Pakistan, Lahore University of Camerapixo.com Management Sciences. His techniques matured with his procurement of the best photography software and equipment after his completion of his BSc (Honours) in the field of Computer Engineering.

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The service you provide is invaluable Mark Boyle

I would like to thank you very much for the opportunity of being published in Camerapixo #17. The exposure offered by your online magazine has been fantastic and it was a pleasure working with you during the process of getting my images published. For photographers like me the service you provide is invaluable and provides much needed exposure for our work. Keep up the great work and I look forward to working with you again in the future. Best...

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Torkil Storli

Mixing HDR with textures

Spain

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Torkil started to get serious about photography 3 years ago, that`s also when he first started with photoshop. Opening photoshop was like opening a whole new world for Torkil, and together with photomatix and NIK software he started to experiment with these powerfull tools. He soon realized that he also had to consentrate on the camera as well, photoshop alone can`t make a great photo. Since Torkil’s daytime job “prevented” him from taking photos during the day. Torkil soon drifted along into HDR photography and mixing HDR and textures which is something he really does a lot (maybe too much, but can`t help himself), loves the feel of it.

studio in the garage and started to experiment. Especially working with several speedlights is a lot of fun. And now after 3 years in the «field» Torkil has done advertising, portraits, events, and also exhibitions with his work.

After a while Torkil started getting questions if he could do some portraits, so he build up a small

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Partha Roy

Capture and freeze the moment

Singapore

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By profession he is an I.T engineer and working as a Software Analyst in a Bank. Partha has a passion towards photography from his childhood and likes to capture each and every moment of life and beauty of nature.

your eyes open to capture those moments. Basically he is a picturetaker, fun-lover and fun-maker photographer who likes to capture and freeze the moment of each and every aspect of life to make it unforgettable with help of his camera. Partha does landscape, The passion and the hobby towards cityscape, architecture and street photography gradually makes him shots mainly... a photographer and he always likes to spend his free time with More information is available on camera and photography. Partha’s Camerapixo.com wife knows that photography is his second life. She always supports and appreciates his work with a big smile on her face which inspires Partha and gives him motivation. Partha believes that each life and every element and object has its own capability to create a magical moment. The moments that you want to keep forever and you want to treasure in your heart and mind. You should prepare and keep

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This ebook is based on Alex Koloskov’s product photography masterclass we held in August 2011 in Atlanta. During this 5 hour class Alex photographed seven different subjects and demonstrated how to effectively use various light modifiers (Most of them were DIY) for completely different product types. We used a watch, jewelry ring, 3 bottles of liqueur, (clear, dark glossy and matte), saxophone and perfume.

This e-videobook is based on Alex Koloskov “Mastering Splash” masterclass. It includes 4 hours of video from the class as well as additional information about the the gear used and shoot specification. The full version of the e-book also includes a step-by-step post-production in Photoshop.

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Fantastic eBook collection from Varina and Jay Patel about photography. The Complete Collection (17 ebooks) includes every single ebook we’ve written up to the time of purchase! Shooting waterfalls, landscape, coastlines – the most dynamic and beautiful places on earth. Join Varina and Jay as they discuss the challenges they face as they shoot… and more!


Zsolt Repasy

Focusing on documentary and travel images

Hungary

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Independent, freelance photographer. Born in 1975, Veszprem, Hungary. Studied photography from some of the greatest Hungarian photographers (Peter Korniss, Zseni Jung, Bela Szandelszky, Peter Kallo, etc). Has travelled extensively around the hidden corners of Europe and Southeast Asia. Focusing on documentary and travel images, concentrating on people and their everyday environment since 2007. Always strives to capture and communicate the feeling and atmosphere of the subject and moment. Works displayed on online and offline exhibitions between 2009 and 2012. Interested in any travel photography assignment or cultural/humanitarian photo projects around the globe.

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This ebook is based on Alex Koloskov’s product photography masterclass we held in August 2011 in Atlanta. During this 5 hour class Alex photographed seven different subjects and demonstrated how to effectively use various light modifiers (Most of them were DIY) for completely different product types. We used a watch, jewelry ring, 3 bottles of liqueur, (clear, dark glossy and matte), saxophone and perfume.

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This e-videobook is based on Alex Koloskov “Mastering Splash” masterclass. It includes 4 hours of video from the class as well as additional information about the the gear used and shoot specification. The full version of the e-book also includes a step-by-step post-production in Photoshop.

Fantastic eBook collection from Varina and Jay Patel about photography. The Complete Collection (17 ebooks) includes every single ebook we’ve written up to the time of purchase! Shooting waterfalls, landscape, coastlines – the most dynamic and beautiful places on earth. Join Varina and Jay as they discuss the challenges they face as they shoot… and more!


P H OTO E S S AY Fabrizio Quagliuso (Fabuchan)

Missing Generation

England

http://www.fabrizioq.com

A small rural town in the Fukui prefecture, centre Japan, in beautiful mountainous surroundings. Just over 1,000 people. An aging population dealing with everyday life whilst most of their children left for university or for employment. Few young come back. A missing generation The number of students at the local elementary school has been dramatically decreasing over the last few years. This year there are only 28 of them and there are rumours that some time soon the school will close and the local children will have to commute to the next town to attend their classes.

“Missing Generation” is an ongoing long term documentary project that I am planning to complete in the next 4 to 5 years. This project will be bringing me to frequently visit this town in the years to come trying to document how the town will inevitably be changing while the locals go on their daily life as usual, adapting to the changing circumstances, with the typical enduring Japanese spirit. The photographs published in this issue of Camerapixo are from my first visit to the town, earlier in 2012, when I had the rare privilege to be granted authorisation to spend some time with the kids in the school and to photograph them.

The flip side of this is the strong bond that has been building between children of different grades and between the children and the elderly people in the town.

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Shooting waterfalls can be a challenge, but water is one of the most captivating subjects in landscape photography. We are enthralled by trickling cascades, and awed by thundering water and rising mist – but it’s not easy to capture the beauty of a majestic waterfall and create an image that conveys that same sense of wonder. So, let’s take a walk with the pros!

This HDR Photography eBook has been created based upon our own experience. All of our research has been done on the Internet using free sources such as photography forums and blogs. The rest has been learnt through our own experimentation based on a trial and error approach. We were one of the first photography studios to use HDR techniques for commercial architectural photography in the Atlanta metro area USA.

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Great eBook in the wildly popular Workflow Series. This time, join the pros as they photograph six stunning mountain locations – from Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah to Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies! In this eBook, Varina and Jay discuss the challenges they face as they shoot. Examine the decisions they make in the field and during processing.


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P H OTO E S S AY Paweł Kucharski

Photo essay OFF ROAD

Poland

http://travart.pl http://www.facebook.com/pawel.qra.kucharski

As it turns out wilderness for many is also a road. The road is not only a goal, not in the literal sense. It is also a way to test yourself, check perseverance, strength of character, patience, social skills, kindness. Last year I had the pleasure to get in touch with the Association of Offroad Cars FORFITER 4x4 of Rawicz and have done several events photoessays, with FORFITTER 4x4, including rides of off-road vehicles: GATKI XXXL MILICKIE BŁOTA (28-29.10.2011) oraz MIĘDZY ZALEWAMI, OS COBRA (21.04.2012).

Dirt, mud, water, steep hills and sharp descents, and off-road vehicles, vicious crew and skills at the highest level. Off-road racing is not just a competition, it’s detachment from everyday’s life, it is a way to actively spend time in good company and great atmosphere, despite the failures, unfinished races, and even a costly failure. A result of these two passions: photography and offroad is the following material.

I appreciate unconventional people, and those are certainly participants in this type of projects, because not everyone can change a white shirt and a suit or a dress (yes, yes, women participate also) to overalls and waders, not everyone enters the water in November, not everyone drives into the water :)

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Almost 100,000 images contributed from over 160 countries On May 15 2012, Aday.org asked people around the world to pick up their cameras to photograph daily life. Bringing together thousands of both amateur and professional photographers, the project mirrors how we lead our everyday lives in 2012. Founding Partner

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9:30 Kiev, Ukraine Photography Š Igor Gaidai The city has many empty building sites. But close to the Golden Gate in Kiev’s historic centre, the old Hotel Leipzig, originally built in 1900, is undergoing total renovation. Here are the workers on the project, which could not be completed in time for the European football championships in June. PAGE 209


“I go to my deep-water running class every Tuesday. The pool is utdoors and heated, so we go rain or shine, winter or summer. You are kept from touching the bottom of the pool by the flotation belt. So if you are very overweight, have bad knees, or pregnant it is a safe way to exercise.”

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“My daughter Vladislava at the kindergarten where she spends her days between eight o’clock and five. She is five-and-a-half years old. The 25 children usually rest for a couple of hours a day in this room.”

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Starokonstantinov, Ukraine

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All of northeastern Greenland – 40 percent of the island – is a ational park, the world’s largest, and twice the size of France. In addition to polar bears, walruses, wolves, Arctic foxes and muskoxen, there are 14 men from the Danish navy’s dog sled company, Sirius. Supplies arrive once a year by boat. The servicemen patrol the vast area in twos, using sleds pulled by a dozen dogs. “This is my partner Michael Kristensen with the dogs near the Daneborg base on Young Sund Fjord. The dogs are Greenland. Sled Dogs, bred by Sirius over 60 years. They are gentle but untamed and spend the entire year outdoors. We plan our route by first dropping supplies by plane or boat. We spend months on the trail, sleeping in tents and melting snow for water. The longest patrol is 3,000 kilometres, and a day’s march is normally 30 kilometres. The greatest challenges are the cold – the temperature can drop to minus 50 degrees C – and the loneliness. But the solitude is also the most fantastic part.”

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Photography © Jesper Michael

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A passion for cricket is something that unites Indians, whether rich or poor. A lack of proper facilities and equipment has never stopped children from practising the sports they love. These enthusiastic players are the children of dairy farmers, imitating their sporting heroes, such as fellow Mumbaian and legendary cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar. It has been said that in cricket the individual not only plays against the opposing team but also fights his or her own destiny – a theme that Indians in particular adore.

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Jogeshwari East, Mumbai, India

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When the Costa Concordia ran aground on 13 January 2012, the tiny island of Giglio suddenly found itself at the centre of a crisis. The islanders rose to the challenge, helping to rescue people at sea, then taking drenched and terrified survivors into their homes. Perhaps their kindness counterbalanced the infamy of the ship’s captain, Francesco Schettino, who faces trial on charges of multiple manslaughter, causing a shipwreck, and abandoning ship. Of the 4,252 passengers on the cruise ship, 32 died. Somewhat uncomfortably, Giglio now finds itself a focus for disaster tourism.

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“My father, Doug Kelbaugh, stretching at my grandmother’s home in a retirement community in Naples, Florida. This exercise helps loosen his sore lower back by stretching thighs and hamstrings at the same time. He cycles 100–150 miles a week and is currently training for bike trips in Glacier National Park and wine valleys in the San Francisco Bay Area.”

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Naples, Florida, USA

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One advantage of being shipwrecked near a major city is pizza delivery. When the Japanese tuna trawler Eihatsu Maru ran aground near Cape Town, its 90 tonnes of fuel oil were a potential threat to the area’s beaches. With a tugboat working to pull the ship free, a local radio station took pity on the crew of 28 Taiwanese and sent them the pizzas.

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In the skyscraper shadows of Buenos Aires’ bank district at lunch hour, the street’s regular cleaner waits to cross. It is an unusually warm autumn day. The light is reflected from one of the glass-fronted office buildings.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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A Vatican tailor, Ety Cicioni, takes measurements for a Swiss Guard’s summer uniform. After 15 years at the job, he has made thousands of them. Andreas Burkhard’s costume is in the original family colours of Pope Julius II, who established the Pontifical Swiss Guard in 1506. The metal morion helmet, worn on ceremonial occasions, has coloured ostrich-feather plumes.

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Salome Manuel has worked for 15 years at the Creek Road Market, selling okporoko (stockfish) caught in the creeks and rivers that flow down through southern Nigeria to the Atlantic. The dried fish – red snapper and more – are a popular feature of Nigerian cuisine, prepared by soaking and softening in stew. “She buys large fish in bulk, already dried in the sun and smoked under a charcoal fire. Every night, she smokes the fish again under charcoal to keep them preserved. Although she wishes she could earn more money, she has been able to use her profits to send one of her sons into higher education.”

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Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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China is facing a blood shortage in some parts of the country, as more people undergo surgery, but blood donation has not kept pace. The rate of giving is higher in Hong Kong (30 people per thousand) than on the mainland (only nine per thousand), in part because foreign nationals have been encouraged to supply blood for rare blood types.

Hong Kong, China PAGE 220

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Sepideh Tavakoli Nik in training at the city’s Aftabe-Enghelab complex. She wears the Iranian female athlete’s outfit to comply with the Islamic dress code. Sepideh is studying industrial engineering at Tehran Azad University and has been a member of the Iranian Women’s Track and Field team since 2005. A holder of three national records, in 2010 she won two gold medals at the West Asian Track and Field Championship, held in Aleppo, Syria, and hopes to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Tehran, Iran

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“Walking with my camera, I saw a barber inside a plastic hood cover – a small shop with a few shaving and hair-cutting implements. Many poor people in India live from hand to mouth, saving nothing. Every day is a challenge and a new start.”

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Big city commuters have their unwritten codes of behaviour, most of which seem to involve disconnection from their neighbours. More than five million people every day ride the subway in New York. On this mid-afternoon train on Line 7, which connects Queens with Manhattan, there are meditators, text messengers and window-gazers. One of the best-known sights on this line is 5 Pointz, a former warehouse that is now divided into artist studios and is decorated outside with famous and novice graffiti art.

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New York City, USA

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Cricket practice in front of Kabul’s abandoned Darul Aman Palace, built by King Amanullah Khan in the 1920s (Darul Aman means ”Abode of Peace”). British soldiers were playing cricket in Afghanistan in the midnineteenth century, but the game became popular with Afghans only in the 1990s when refugees from Pakistan brought it back. Cricket was the only sport permitted under the Taliban regime. Afghanistan’s national team almost qualified for the 2011 World Cup.

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Heading towards Mexico, Peru and Colombia, the International Space Station (ISS) appears to have Earth – about 220 miles (355km) away – as a temporary ceiling. Inside the spacecraft, without gravity to impose itself, the astronauts had to designate an arbitrary ceiling and floor. Outside, to the left, is a Japanese robot arm construction for maintenance. Two cooling panels point homewards to Earth while the large solar panels soak up energy. The ISS orbits Earth 16 times every 24 hours.

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Over Baja California, USA

Photography © André Kuipers PAGE 225


Jean Clopes and his horse Phoulane ploughing a vineyard in Domaine Scamandre. Many vineyard owners prefer this method over tractor ploughing, which tends to pack the soil too hard, and is unsuitable if the vines are growing on a steep hillside. Each row is worked in turn with two different types of plough, one to cut the soil, one to rake it.

Vauvert, France PAGE 226

Photography Š Claes LÜfgren

16:25


This shimmering aurora is over the ICL, or IceCube Lab. IceCube is a huge neutrino detector (1 cubic kilometre in size) that looks deep into the ice to detect neutrinos from space interacting. The hope is that this may reveal more about our universe. Sven commutes on foot from the Amundsen– Scott South Pole Station less than a mile away. “It is normally too cold to use any vehicles”, says Sven. “That day it was minus 60 degrees C on average. The landscape is very flat but the wind creates big sastrugis, or snow ‘waves’, so it reminds me of being out on the ocean. Because the night is six months long at the South Pole, the only natural light comes from the moon and auroras. We are getting closer to a solar maximum and we see more – and nicer, bigger – auroras than average.”

16:58

Geographic South Pole, Antarctica

Photography © Sven Lidström PAGE 227


Rhea Monis cradles her first child, a boy, moments after giving birth at the Lorma Medical Center in northwestern Luzon – the first of four deliveries that day. The obstetrician had detected the baby’s heart rate decreasing with every contraction and elected for emergency surgery. It was a good call, because the umbilical cord had become wrapped around the baby’s neck. Eye surgeon Rey Espinueva witnessed the dramatic moment: “I was just finished with my operation in the adjacent room when I saw through the glass window that an expectant mother was about to undergo Caesarian Section. I then asked the expectant mother permission to take her photos while the procedure was ongoing.” Mum called her son Giordie Monis.

San Fernando City, the Philippines PAGE 228

Photography © Rey Espinueva

17:15


With central Cologne bathing in afternoon sun, an old man slips into the Rex am Ring cinema to watch the vampire comedy “Dark Shadows” all alone. The cinema was built in 1927 and is the city’s oldest but now also shows 3D movies.

17:31

Cologne, Germany

Photography © T. Fitzler PAGE 229


Rush hour in Rio on a cold, rainy day. Commuters in Rio squeeze together – still uncomfortable but perhaps less embarrassed – in womenonly metro cars, marked with pink stripes. This train is bound for suburban Pavuna. At 17:20 a fiscal (ticket inspector) asked a man to leave the car. Similar gender-specific experiments have been made in at least nine other countries. The motivations range from the religious to the prevention of sexual harassment.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PAGE 230

Photography © Ana Carolina Fernandes

17:46


The skyscrapers of Canary Wharf form a new financial district, to the east of the traditional City, in an area that once teemed with dockside activity. “Looking out of my seventhfloor window, the pattern formed by the strolling office workers suggested an upturn in the market. I’d spent much of the day in meetings and it was almost time to go home, so this was an optimistic end to the day.”

17:53

London, UK

Photography © John Angless PAGE 231


“In a poor part of Kabul, some boys were playing soccer. I showed them my magnifier and they got excited. I realized that we can make people happy anywhere, using anything.”

Kabul, Afghanistan PAGE 232

Photography © Ali Zare

18:15


At this time of day there are more than a million passengers in the sky worldwide. Air travel is cheaper than ever but it has lost its glamour. The upside is the variety of inflight entertainment now available.

19:58

Above London, UK

Photography Š Reza Deghati PAGE 233


Sculptor Joana Vasconcelos, with an upcoming major exhibition of her works at the Versailles palace near Paris, was trying on a dress for the exhibition dinner when a male model friend, Filipe, playfully stripped and jumped into her lap.

Lisbon, Portugal PAGE 234

Photography Š Luis Vasconcelos

18:30


Almost two million Afghans live in Pakistan, most of them having arrived since the 1980s. One nameless young Afghan refugee pours water on a boy called Doost Hamid. The water point is in a slum area on the outskirts of the Pakistani capital, Islamabad. Water shortages in Pakistan have increased as the levels have dropped in the country’s dams, and as Himalayan glaciers disappear.

18:40

Islamabad, Pakistan

Photography Š Muhammed Muheisen PAGE 235


“In April, my 74year- old father, Jesús Ramírez, was rushed to the Infanta Luisa Hospital when a metal heart valve dislodged, causing internal bleeding. For the third time, he underwent openheart surgery. Complications required yet another operation. My mother Carmen could say her farewells before her husband passed away, less than two weeks after this photo.”

Seville, Spain PAGE 236

Photography © Carlos Cazalis

19:13


“I had a ticket for a modern dance performance (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”) at the Ankara Opera House. While I was parking my car, it started pouring down. I spotted an elegant lady getting out of a taxi and running towards the building. The rain was lighter now, but she had no umbrella and didn’t want her hair to get wet. She was holding her purse over her head as she ran!”

19:29

Ankara, Turkey

Photography © Tuba Korhan PAGE 237


“My friend Stan lives with his five dogs on the west side of Chicago. All were rescued from the streets or shelters, and some were saved from being euthanized. The dogs – Bumper, Paladin, Jack, BeeGee and Charlie – are all protective of Stan, and frequently focused on their master. Will he offer a treat?”

Chicago, USA PAGE 238

Photography © Stephen Garrett

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Winners announced! The 2012 Creative Asia Photography Awards was successfully held in July in conjunction with the Creative Asia Conference in Mongkok, Hong Kong. The Creative Asia Conference and Awards is an educational extravaganza, taking photographers to the next level in their craft and business. The format of the competition is revolutionary in its vision to evolve, include and educate its entrants. There were a total of 1730 images entered by 438 photographers from 47 countries. The final round of judging, held at the conference in front of a live audience, had an additional online audience of 1200 people. The finalist judges were Zack Arias, Robert Earp, Peter Eastway, Raymond Kam, Michael Greenberg, Drew Gurian, Mike Langford, Bobby Lee, Joe McNally, Louis Pang, Ian Poole, and Antonio Ranieri. The overall winner of the Awards is Charmaine Heyer of Australia. Charmaine was also first in the Illustrative category. Charmaine wins a US$5000 cash prize in addition to her category prize package. http://creativeasia.com


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3rd Place Peter Rossi

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