Everyday, the PetaPixel Instagram account sharing excellent photographs of our readers and those who inspire us. Here’s a look at some of our recent favorites and the photographers behind the lens.
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Below we recognize a selection of talented photographers who recently showcased their work on @PetaPixel. Continue to post your images with #petapixel and you could end up here next week.
Yannis Chasomeris, or @yannisphoto on Instagram, is a fashion and portrait photographer based in Manchester, UK. If you look at his work, you will quickly notice that Chasomeris’ style is utterly rich in the palette of tones and colors and that the images themselves are full of history.
Reinaldo Opice, who can be found on Instagram as @reinaldoopice, is a landscape photographer based in São Paulo, Brazil. For two hours, Opice shot numerous images of the lunar eclipse in the Mantiqueira Mountains to capture the different colors of the super moon during the event. The equipment used includes a Sony a7 III lens, Sony 70-300mm, as well as a K&F Natural Night filter and a K&F carbon fiber tripod.
Holding & Co. Photography is the husband and wife team of photographers of Kevin and Julia Holding and found on Instagram as @holdingcophoto. They organize local weddings in Southern California and provide modern documentary coverage.
“Due to COVID, our couple Nicole and Jacob had to postpone their wedding day several times,” Kevin said PetaPixel. The couple eventually decided to forgo the big wedding and went with a small group of family and friends for the ceremony.
“Two weeks after their micro-wedding, the four of us headed to Yosemite National Park for an epic two-day photo tour.” Kevin said it was a 1 1/2 mile hike to get to Taft Point where this photo was taken. “With stunning views of El Capitan from above, it was well worth it.”
Abel Lares, or @abelinsane on Instagram, said photography had fueled his life with passion and determination. “I’ve been happily taking photos for a little over a decade now and have been teaching portraiture and editing for half that time,” Lares said. PetaPixel. For Lares, photography is “a super power that allows you to freeze a moment in time and, within that moment, capture a memory, an emotion, a loved one”.
Roksoliana Hilevych, or @roksolyana_hilevych on Instagram, is an award-winning landscape photographer based in Italy. Hlevych’s favorite landscapes are in the mountains, and she said 80% of her photos are taken there. His remarkable photo of Mont Blanc, titled “GreenIce”, combines dense greenery with icy mountains.
Mike Dunn passes @mikedunnusa on Instagram and likes the environmental portrait. “Although I love the studio, my favorite portraits take place in the subject’s natural environment. In this case, a generational orange grove, ”Dunn told PetaPixel by email. “Florida is where I call home, and while it comes with its weird ‘Florida Man’ stories (which are true), when you dig a little deeper there are these beautiful human stories embedded in them too. in history and the Americana. ”
Dunn also leaves us some invaluable advice: “Beyond the necessary technical knowledge, I think you have to love people to be an effective portrait painter. If you approach a task with genuine curiosity, you will discover a story. Everyone has one.
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Image credits: All photographs used with permission of their respective photographers.