Last week I returned from my trip to Paris, France. It was supposed to be a trip of a week, but unfortunately my grandfather passed away and I had to return home.
1. Things to see
In Paris there are lots and lots of landmarks from gardens to buildings and squares but these are the ones I always go back to:
These past 3 weeks, I was in Nova Scotia, Canada. A great place to go and unwind and photograph the vast nature that is still present. While Nova Scotia might seem, to most travelers outside of Canada, as a province with nothing to do, but it is home to 2 national parks, one of the most beautiful trails in the world and the Bay of Fundy that has the highest tidal range in the world. Nova Scotia also has the highest number lighthouses of any province in Canada, which is amazing as it is the second smallest province of Canada.
1. Lighthouses to see
As Nova Scotia has the most lighthouses in Canada, you certainly have to go out and visit some of the most notable lighthouses.
This past weekend I was awarded the European Photographer (EP) qualification after a series of my architectural & interior photos was judged by a jury of my peers.
The European Photographer (EP) is a Europe-wide qualification for professional quality photography, it aims to recognise competence and a professional quality standard for Professional Photographers. The EP is a professional quality assurance certification, presented by the Federation of European Photographers (FEP). Read more
Today I received my 3 FEP awards from the hands of the FEP President, Jørgen Brandt.
I won these 3 FEP awards with my series of architectural photos in one of the most important professional photography competitions of this moment, the “European Professional Photographer of the Year Awards”. The award ceremony was held in the beautiful town of Gmunden, Austria by the Federation of European Photographers (FEP), during the “Gmunden Fototage”. Read more