• Wildlife Photographer of the Year: just lucky?

    by  • gennaio 7, 2010 • News, Nite Talks, Photography • 0 Comments

    “Few things irritate photographers more than that knowing smile as someone looks at one of their pictures and tells them how lucky they were to get it. But with modern cameras capable of doing much of the photographic process automatically, it is hard to shake off the suspicion that photography is getting easier.”

    I’ve read about this article on Jeff Ascough’s blog, read the hole post here.

    Or read the original article on Telegraph.co.uk


    Ooops… “Award Winning Spanish Artist Jose Luis Rodriguez Accused Of Faking Wildlife Photo Of Jumping Wolf.”


    Edoardo Melchiori was born in Turin, graduated from an International Design School after a humanities college. Still at the university he won several International design awards for projects where his knowledge in interior design, graphic and photography lead to projects characterized by powerful concepts. His life changes after a severe accident that drives him into months of rehabilitation and an interior travel. Ed is now a freelance photographer and art-director and founder of Cehoz®, innovative organic ethical brand.