Photographer in the Spotlight: Landscape Photographer Peter Zajfrid
This week we chose to showcase hobbyist landscape photographer Peter Zajfrid from Ruše, Slovenia . Peter’s work caught my eye because of the beauty and simplicity of the landscape as that he works with and for his use of HDR techniques in the photographs. We hope you enjoy Peter‘s photos in this week’s Photographer in the Spotlight. Check back each day to see the 7 photographs of Peter‘s landscape photos that we selected to spotlight and don’t forget, you can nominate yourself or your favorite photographer at: PI Photography and Fine Art.
Peter’s Artist Statement and Bio
My name is Peter. Photography is a hobby deal since the summer of 2011.
My beginnings in DLSR photography were very bad, because I very quickly realized that photographing predominantly classic “point and shoot” photos that have had no tail and head.
Because I wanted to get ahead, I’m on the Internet reworked a lot of video tutorials, during which we helped more than video tutorials David Noton, Scott Kelby’s, Charles Taylor.
Without these, today is likely to remain a photographic “illiterate” :). When I reworked and won the basics of photography and find out what would actually prefer to photograph, I set about purchasing additional equipment, especially lenses and a tripod.
Where You Can Find or Follow Peter’s Work
Today’s Spotlight Photograph: Landscape Photo – Lonely Morning
Spotlight Photo Days: 1 ,
Several months ago PI Photography and Fine Art rolled out with a new series of blog posts called Photographer in the Spotlight. For a full week we will showcase the bio, artist statement and seven images of a selected landscape and nature photographer’s work that we found most interesting. Our hope is that our audience not only sees the beautiful work created by these passionate photographers but also learn a little about the artists behind the pieces. There are so many wonderful photographers in the world and a lot of the time we only see the photograph, not the artist. So we thought it would be nice to show appreciation for the artist, for their dedication to their field, and share some of their work along the way.
Think about it, if it wasn’t for the artist then there would be no art to admire and honestly, life would be pretty boring without it! So show your appreciation to them for spicing up your life and showing you their beautiful perception of the world. Share their stories and captivating work for others to experience.
If you would like to be showcased or know a landscape or nature photographer who should be, please submit the info through our contact us page: Photographer in the Spotlight Submission
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