"My passion for photography takes me around the world and that's why, in my adventures I chose the best filters. H&Y is innovation and quality, perfect and resistant, ready for every situation even the most demanding. My filters must work at best, whether I'm using that at -20 ° in the Icelandic ice or at + 40 ° in the American deserts "
Mirko Boni has been photographing since the age of 11 and is a landscape photographer, specializing in sunsets, nocturnal and panoramic. His favorite subjects are the alpine and lagoon landscapes but above all those of his Sardinia, where he is known for sports photography, particularly in the world of cycling races. His works have been exhibited in various exhibitions of landscape photography and in London's Somerset House during the 2015 sony Awards contest in which he ranked third in the panoramic photos Italy category.
The best part of taking pictures is that you become spiritually calm. With the help of this mood I can communicate with people more easily in every environment I go to shooting. There is no limit in this area and I want to go as far as I can towards the unlimited area.
While studying Geography at Istanbul University in 1993, I started shooting with my first camera. In 2001, I gave a break for about 10 years and returned shooting photos in 2011. I do landscape, longexposure, fashion, class, outdoor wedding photography...
Especially in the field of work and long exposures, the use of filters is essential. A filter is essential to get the view you're imagining if the weather doesn't allow it. That's why I used the products of many filter brands. However, since H&Y is very high level in the field of filter equipment, I have chosen my preference for this company. In every new shot, it is my greatest work ethic to be part of your excitement and breathe the same air.
Jeffrey Poon, photography since 2000, 12 years experience in digital and film photography, shooting in Hong Kong and around the world landscape photos, magazines and publishing houses had several discussions with co-operation, and has repeatedly won the awards in the open photographic competition.scored positive in Hong Kong to explore the little-known shooting position in recent years, efforts to promote Hong Kong's landscape photography
October, 2017 "National Geographic Wheelock Youth Photo Competition 2017" Places in Hong Kong Group, 2nd PLACE
10 November, 2017 Winner of the "Photography Competition for the 2018 WMO Calender"
August 2011 Entries will be selected on the the Chinachem Group Green Photo Competition Click here to see the winning entries
October 26, 2007 Organized by the Hong Kong Police JPOA "Beat Chung regression decade love photography contest won a Merit
Award March 25, 2007 Won the Excellence Award Click here to see the winning entries in the "Action Blue Sky" Photography Competition of the 18 districts on Hong Kong Island Open Group
March 21, 2006 Runner-up, won the open division of the "Symphony of Lights Photography Competition organized by the Hong Kong Tourism Commission
December 29, 2005 "Wildlife photography competition organized by the RTHK television program" Landscape Legend Open Group, won the runner-up
October 8, 2005 The astrophotography competition held at the Hong Kong Space Museum, 2005, won a Merit Award in the solar system objects open group
August 3, 2005 To won "organized by the China Travel Service, China World Heritage Photo Competition champion
April 30, 2005 Jointly organized by the Information Services Department, Sing Tao Daily and the Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) won the "home photographic competition in Asia's world city" Open Division champion
December 12, 2004 Won the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education in Hong Kong Photo Competition "in 2004," according to a good calendar photography contest runner-up
October 13, 2004 "Color digital photography competition organized by the Hong Kong Youth Association won the Merit Award.
I love it - capturing the perfect moment and being in the right place at the right time. I love traveling to wonderful places in the world and the related adventures.
My shots have been printed in many magazines, such as the National Geographic Traveler Magazine, journals, advertisements, or even bedding. In addition, I am also pleased, multiple award winners of national and international, highly recognized photo awards such. B. the Trierenberg Super Circuit or the SONY World Photography Award and much more.
I carry out my workshops with great passion since 2009, in addition to the guided and completely organized groups of photo trips to the Arctic Circle, Lake Baikal, France -Brittany, France - Paris many locations in Germany like Berchtesgaden, Regensburg, Munich, Dresden etc.
Since the middle of 2016 I am the ofﬁcial X-Photographer and ofﬁcial lecturer of the FUJIFILM School and therefore have a very great and strong partner by my side! For my landscape shots and workshops, I always use GND or/and ND ﬁlters to get what I want - a stunning image. Now I’m outside with the Laowa 17mm/f4 lens and with your H&Y ﬁlterholder. And if the ﬁlters are also great as my actually one - I have to change the system, to be complete. I hope we can work together.
I am Dharmaraj Ranabhat, a self-taught photographer and filmmaker from Nepal currently living in Germany. Photography has been an ultimate journey in my life in the past 2 years. I am currently a brand ambassador at Insta 360 and Pgytech.
Sajin Sasidharan is a multiple awarded fine art photographerbased in Dubai-U.A.E., specializing in black & white,long exposure photography. An engineer by profession, Sajin has been pursuing his passion for photography ever since he was a teenager. Obsession to photography led this self-taught photographer to endeavor the complex elements of photographic equipment and techniques, while evolving his knowledge of composition, light and the natural elements. His passion shines throughout his work and has attracted the audiences around the world.
Like all other photographers, Sajin had tried his hands-onmacros, street, landscapes and portrait photography before eventually finding his true-calling in B&Wlong exposure photography. His fine art photographs comprise architectural elements and extensive natural & urban views. His post processing techniques and artistic sensibility have become his “signature style” and brought him worldwide recognition. His photos often allow a person to see the unseen beauty of the subjects of his photographs.
In Sajin’s words:
“I create what I visualize. It is important to mention that my vision is the future of what I photograph. My workrepresents my emotions and expresses the way I look at a subject. For me, vision is made real through the photographs that we create. I wrestle with each of my image and try to achieve the perfection as much as I can.
As far as my technique and style are concerned, I concentrate on minimalism with long exposure style whileexperimenting with lights& shadows as per my vision.
My work is aprogress of extensive fine art photography experiments, which is influenced by talented photographers such as Ansel Adams,michaelkenna, Joel Tjintjelaarandjuliaannagospodarouwhose workshave introduced me to the creative possibilities that black and white fine art photography can offer.These artists have influenced my own visual style, specifically the use of gradients covering the large tonal range with deep shadows and bright highlights to better serve the emotion of the subject”.
Sajin has received numerous recognitions including multiple national and international awards, nominations,and interviews those includes: Moscow International Photo Awards (MIFA),EPSONInternational Pano Awards, Fine art Photography Awards, International Fine Art Photography Awards, SEINA Awards &One Eye Land contest. Besides these, Sajin has been title winner for two consecutive years in the “Xposure International Photography Festival”.
Sajin is also a brand ambassador of H&Y filters in the U.A.E.
Roy Poots was born in 1983 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In 2009 he started with buying his very first DSLR camera, a Canon 450D. After photographing everything for a while, he realized that he liked landscapes, architecture and (nightly) cityscapes the most. Since then he has focused on these topics which you can find on his website. He works with a Sony A7III full-frame camera, an Olympus system camera or a DJI Mavic Pro drone. Vlogs also regularly appear on his YouTube channel.
"A photograph is the thing that tell describes the identity of the person behind the shutter." I always tell this sentence to everyone because I believe that every photograph is always unique, and it often appears as watermark which identifies its owner in every photograph. My journey does not only stop at one destination, and that was the starting point for me to fall in love with taking a look into the image in front of me through the camera. I always convey emotions and experiences of each place through images that cannot be seen with naked eyes. Paying attention to the light and colors of the image is the most important thing of photographs.
I was born and have grown in Thailand, one of the country where there are the most magnificent natural sceneries in the world. I started my photographic journey since 2013. It may not look so long, but believe me, this is one of the things I love the most, and Thailand is my first course. I started from landscape photography. It was my first photographic experience that allowed me to learn photographic techniques, lights and shadows, as well as astronomy photography in Thailand. Also, I have many opportunities to travel to take photos in many countries; like India, Pakistan, Iceland, China, etc. Every country is my endless experience for my journey. Many impressive things in front you cannot be taken back with you if you have not recorded them in your camera.
David has been a photographer since 1972 when his father presented him with his first camera, but his career in photography started in 1992. David learned his craft originally as a painter and from his father who shares his love of nature and photography. Early in his career he traveled with, learned from and taught beside some of the masters of nature photography including John Shaw, Art Wolfe, Galen Rowell, Bryan Peterson, Pat O'Hara, and Rod Planck. David has been teaching photography since 1993 in the classroom and leading workshops around the United States, Iceland, and the Galapagos.David currently presents at many camera clubs across Georgia, as well as leading workshops across the United States and Internationally.
David's clients include, but are not limited to, Coca Cola, PNC Bank, Tamron, Angels on Horseback, the Mountain Conservation Trust of Georgia, Lensbaby, The Nature Conservancy, Scholastic Books, and Gibbs Gardens. His photographs and articles have appeared in publications such as Nature Photographer, Audubon Magazine, Blue Ridge Country, Birder's World, Outdoor Photographer, Backpacker Magazine, Shutterbug and many local publications. His work has appeared in several feature books, calendars, as well as in instructional guides. David has been designated a Tamron Image Master and Sirui Tripod Ambassador.
When one speaks of travel and landscape photography at its apex, his name quickly comes to mind. Well known locally and gaining recognition abroad for his ethereal landscape images, his works exemplify landscape photography as a fine art.
A former medical and corporate professional, Edwin has found his niche and true calling in landscape photography. Still imbibed with the commitment and dedication for always achieving his best, these qualities are now his staples, whether he is shooting for clients or himself, mentoring photographers that join him in the tours that he guides in Iceland, Norway, Canada, the American west and other parts of the world or teaching in workshops under Wide Horizon Photo Adventure.
A photographer since 2017, with 3 years’ experience in Landscape Photography. Even though my experience in landscape photography isn’t so much, but it has already been a part of my life. Landscape photography is how I tell my experiences and feelings through images in order to let others who see all my pictures and they’re feel the same way as myself.
From my perspective, traveling to various places on earth is much more than just to get some pictures of those places. It’s also the way we strengthen our spirituality. It gives us more understanding about the nature and makes me feel excited every single time when I roam to the new places.
I’m always determined to create outstanding work, and H&Y filter is one of the best photography accessories that helps me creating brilliant work easily with incredibly amazing production.
Chaiyun Damkaew, a Thai landscape and life photographer