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My name is Jose Fernandez. I live in Oviedo, Spain and I’m a medical physics working at an oncology center. My interest has been focused in astrophotography for many years. This means having to move to remote sites free of light … Continue reading
Artist’s Website “I am a pure amateur photographer since end of the 70′s. I switched to digital seven years ago, but I’ve worked some 12 years with Photoshop. At the Antwerp Academy of Arts I followed a three years course … Continue reading
Artist’s Website “I was born and raised on a little Greek island and my earliest and most precious memories are of long days at rocky, isolated beaches and expeditions exploring the few woods of the island. A camera never accompanied … Continue reading
Artist’s Website Of him, the Agora Gallery has said: “Both a classical music composer and a renowned photographer, Spanish artist Martin Zalba Ibáñez merges his experience in these mediums to create stunning photographs that depict breathtaking vistas and yet so … Continue reading
Artist’s Website Gianni Galassi was born in Milan in 1954 and made his debut at 16 as a still-life photographer. In 1979 cinema, his second passion, lead him to work in the film industry in Rome. He is currently engaged … Continue reading
With Barcelona offering so much to the traveler, it can be quite bewildering in deciding the best way to spend your limited time visiting the sights that this dynamic city has to offer. If you want to try something different during … Continue reading
By Pedro Cardona (Copyright © 2011, All Rights Reserved) This year the old British naval hospital in Menorca (bloody island), is celebrating its 300th anniversary (it was built in 1711). It is part of the history of the Island of … Continue reading
The PTR Team continues to search for outstanding Photo Seminars for those who seek to combine photography, travel, and adventure. Our standards for recommending seminars are high. We look for experienced tour companies that have a good reputation, provide interesting … Continue reading
(Photographs Copyright © 2011 Kristel Schneider, All Rights Reserved) There are hundreds of photo seminars advertised on the Internet, many of which are offered by very well known photographers. Seminars can be very expensive, some of which can cost well … Continue reading
Photographs are Copyrighted © 2011, Marsel van Oosten — All Rights Reserved Qualifications of the Tour Provider Deciding which photographic seminar to attend is a daunting problem for many. But, in all instances, one should first determine whether the person … Continue reading
By Anastasios Aggelou Website: http://anastasiosaggelou.daportfolio.com/ This Photography selection depicts my special interest in specific locations of Berlin. I spent one year in Berlin, an exciting, well-known city for its quintessential role in German history, throughout the 20th century. The city’s … Continue reading
by Gareth Codd http://garethcoddphotography.com/ Location: The Faroe Islands, North Atlantic ocean. See map here. Cost: £50 to £100 per person per day approximately, excluding rental car and airfare. Why go? Situated in the North Atlantic, somewhere between Norway, Iceland and … Continue reading
By Cheoh Wee Keat Website Valencia is the first trip where I planned to go alone for, and it was one of the best trips I had embarked on. For Spain, most people prefer to go to Barcelona, which is … Continue reading
By Greg Widmeyer Greg Widmeyer is an amateur photographer. During the day, he’s a market researcher; analyzing data and writing reports. He enjoys traveling with his family and photography…particularly landscape and nature photography. After many years’ hiatus, he’s recently discovered … Continue reading
Granada, Spain By Claire People with families, who also have the photography bug, have to make compromises. It means that on some trips they come too and you have to be cunning to ensure you feed your addiction.
By Claire The world famous volcanic island of Santorini is the southern most island of the Cycladic group in the Aegean Sea.
Jure Kravanja has already been featured at PTR giving us a fabulous article about Iceland. Here he tells us about a location that couldn’t be more different and shows his versatility and ability to see things many would overlook. La … Continue reading
by Gianni Galassi Website: http://www.giannigalassi.com/ Article and photographs copyright © 2009 Gianni Galassi, All Rights Reserved There is a lot we can learn from modern architecture. As citizens: 20th Century buildings represent the deep relationships among society, institutions, culture and … Continue reading