/ 2017 / Nature / Sky

Green World again

Aurora Borealis is an amazing phenomenon. Capture it and bring the audience is technically
not easy. Still, I tried it in a series of panoramic images (vertical or square format)
compiled together from partial averaged photos, different exposures and different planes
of focus. Three photos were taken on the Norwegian Lofoten, then two in Iceland.

Jan Šmíd is exclusively a landscape photographer with a special focus on panoramic photography, For his work, he uses modern photography methods like exposure bracketing, antireflex, focus bracketing, parallactic mount, etc. He has been organizing photography workshops for seven years; he organizes photo expeditions and runs an Individual Photography School.

He is the author of the Photography Wine Harvest concept, where he combines photography in South Moravia and Tuscany together with explaining and tasting great wines.

Jan got the MASTER QEP certification in summer 2018.

Awards Jan has received more than 200 medals/awards from international photography contests. He values medals from Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, Moscow, London, Melbourne, Budapest, Vienna...