A partir del año 1990 me dedico profesionalmente a la fotografía, impartiendo cursos, conferencias y masters en diferentes escuelas de fotografía y universidades. Comisariando y coordinando exposiciones tanto en el ámbito nacional como internacional. Dedicándome también a mi propia trayectoria artística. Teniendo obras en colecciones públicas y privadas.
This really isn’t about me – it’s about you. It’s about what you need when it comes to photography.
You need compelling photographs – photographs than can stand on their own and turn heads. You need a photographer that listens to your needs, delivers that and more. You also need someone that puts people at ease, allows them to be themselves so that when they’re photographed the result is genuine, unposed and unique. You need a photographer who finds saavy solutions to challenges and makes subjects, be they bolt, bottle or brain surgeon, compelling. And the last thing you need are surprises that cost you money.
These are the needs of advertising and marketing professionals who I have worked with through my years of passionate practicing of professional photography. I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on projects ranging from meticulously lit studio still lifes of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to spending weeks on offshore drilling platforms creating fine art industrial images for the energy industry. I love it all.
If this is what you need I would welcome the opportunity to work with you.
First of all, thank you very much for visiting the gallery, and welcome to the world as Miguel Cabezas sees it through his viewfinder.
Miguel is currently a member of AFI (Irunesa Photographic Association), CEF (Spanish Confederation of Photography), and FIAP (International Federation of Photographic Art).
“I like to photograph especially the coastal landscape, but I am also really interested in trying to photograph everything around me, as I am also passionate about street and urban photography, architecture, and creative etc.…”
Miguel’s goal is to make photographs that portray the ordinary in an unusual and unique way. To accomplish this, he employs a variety of techniques – both in and out of camera (long exposure, filters and software).
Alex Saberi is a National Geographic photographer from London. He began photography as a hobby by mainly taking photos of Richmond Park and has had a photo book of the park published in 2012. The park was the perfect place to practice his photography skills which he went onto use on his photo trips around the world. Most recently he has been spending his time photographing the beaches, jungles and wildlife of Ubatuba in Brazil.
He has appeared in many digital camera magazines and publications. As well as this Alex has won several photography competitions, from winning the Environmental Protection Agency’s wildlife competition, to winning on several worldwide online competition websites. He came second in Landscape photographer of the year with his photo “One man and his Dog”, and appeared several times in both the British wildlife photographer of the year books and landscape photographer of the year books.
He has also appeared much of the national press including Daily Mail, Metro, Evening Standard, The Times, The Sun, The Telegraph with his year in Richmond Park collection. He also appeared in the November edition of the national geographic and is a National Geographic exclusive artist.
The notion that photography captures a single, specific moment in time – no matter how fleeting – has always held great appeal for me. The endeavour requires observing my surroundings, wherever I may be, while ‘chasing the light fantastic’. That endeavour, for me, is an intuitive one: from the gut, as it were… Never knowing what I will find, I let the scenes reveal themselves one at a time, as photographic opportunities so often do… I travel to photograph! Discovering new places and surroundings add fuel to a burning passion for photographing the world around me. In the end, my photography strives to be art – always attempting to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary! It won’t usually be mistaken for documentary, commercial or other types of photography – it aims to be an artistic glimpse at the world through my lens.
Dennis Cox is an award winning travel photographer who has photographed in over 100 countries on all seven continents. He markets his stock photography from his own agency, ChinaStock/WorldViews, as well as through Alamy, Getty Images, ImageBrief, and other outlets worldwide.
Nora is a 29 years old self taught outdoor photographer from Frankfurt, Germany.
She works as an online marketer in an advertising agency and tries to travel around Germany and Europe as much as possible in her free time, always reflecting her passion. Inspired by nature, her work mainly focuses the outdoors, exploring and adventure. To share and to documentate her pictures with a passionate community, Nora started to use the social media platform Instagram a few years ago.
Born in Cleveland in 1938, Lynn Geesaman was introduced to photography while studying physics at Wellesley College. An interest in gardens led to research, travel and photography in England, France, Belgium, Italy and Germany. New to Geesaman’s work is her use of brilliant color. Through meticulous darkroom printing, we are confronted with glowing yellow trees, glistening orange foliage and soft green waters that challenge our perception of natures’ colors. Lynn Geesaman has exhibited widely in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. and Europe including Bibliothéque Nationale de France, Paris; The American Cultural Center, Brussels; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. She has received many honors including the Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship and the Arts Midwest/NEA Regional Visual Arts Fellowship Award
Few places on the planet evoke such a sense of biological exuberance, unbridled discovery and nature at her most spectacular, as do the rainforests of Borneo.
Jarrod Castaing is an internationally award-winning fine art landscape photographer specialising in nature photography and fine art prints from USA, UK, Australia and around the world. Having been fortunate enough to travel through over 35 countries (and counting!), his passion is capturing those moments of light that only last for a few minutes, twice a day.
Wang Wusheng was born in 1945 in the city of Wuhu in China’s Anhui Province and was graduated from Anhui University’s School of Physics. Currently he works as a photographic artist based in Shanghai and Tokyo. His photographs are represented in numerous public and private collections, including those of the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection in Berlin and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna etc.
You could say that photography is in my blood. My father and grandfather were both keen amateur photographers plus my grandfather also worked at Ilford, the black and white film and paper company. As a youngster I was usually to be found with a camera in hand and justifiably earned the affectionate nickname of “David Bailey” in the family.
This early creativity and interest grew and saw me study History of Art and Architecture at university. This love of history and architectural design shows still in my landscape images as I have a tendency to include historical and modern buildings within the landscapes I photograph.
My passion for photography has continued to grow in the 30 years since I first picked up a camera. The creative possibilities provided by the digital technology now available has led me to where I am now, providing professional photographic services and selling my fine art images in a variety of media.
I endeavour to capture my images in-camera only using post processing to optimise the image with minimal adjustments – colour balance, exposure and contrast plus converting to black and white – much in the same way photographers of old processed in the dark room.
I have been very fortunate in having lived in three different countries over the past 13 years. In 2003 my family moved from Scotland to Singapore which afforded me some fantastic travel photography opportunities including many destinations within Australia plus Cambodia. I am now based in The Netherlands having returned to Europe in 2010. Here I am grasping the opportunity for travel with two hands, producing travel and fine art images from the UK, USA, Jordan, Malta, Italy, Austria and France plus locally within The Netherlands.
Commercially I have spent the last 5 years building up a busy interiors photography business. I help hotels and guest houses to showcase their spaces as well as helping property clients to increase their perceived value and speed up the rental and sales by enticing viewings with stunning but realistic images.
I’ve experienced a lot of things the past twentyone years. I’ve seen lives been lost and new lives begin. I began listening more closely to my creative voice in the beginning of 2011. It was then that I started documenting the things and people that moved me with an iphone camera, and after many months of hard work, I finally went down to the store and bought myself a DSRL. The last years i’ve traveled to many places far away and met peoples from different religions who showed me a different way of life. A life that helped me to surround myself with creative people. To inspire and be inspired by them is one of the many things that have changed my way of living
Aurelio Bormioli was born in Savona in 1969. Since he was a child, he was interested in photography thanks to his father who was an amateur photographer.
As years went by, he attended workshops with many famous sector experts, such as Ivano Bolondi, Pino Ninfa, and Ernesto Bazan.
Nowadays, he works with a professional Nikon equipment, although he usually uses films as well, especially pinhole cameras, that are strongly admired by Aurelio.
The first 12 photos of this portfolio have been made with a pinhole camera ( Zero 2ooo 6×6 – Zero 6×9 Multi Format ) and Ilford Delta 100/400 Pro film – Rollei Digibase 200 CN, Fuji Velvia 50/100
Hola, Soy Diego.
Un día, a los 12 años, corría por el colegio escapándome de unos chicos más grandes y entré un un cuarto oscuro con luces rojas dónde tiraban un papel al agua y aparecía una imagen… ese día descubrí la magia de la fotografía. Lo que sentí en ese momento me acompaña hasta el día de hoy, agarré una cámara y nunca más la solté.
Cuando empecé tenía poca técnica y una gran inocencia e inconciencia, pero era incansable trabajando. Estudie mucho, muchísimo, tanto en Argentina como en el exterior. De a poco me convertí en un fotógrafo con un gran dominio técnico y muy metódico. Hoy, pasados los 50, por suerte, uno empieza a ver las cosas desde otro lugar…hay como un retorno a la simpleza.
Tengo la profunda necesidad de poner belleza frente a los demás y dedico mi vida a ello.