Introductions: Julia Anna Gospodarou
One of the reasons I am so excited about the next issue of Dynamic Range is because I got to interview a woman that I have admired for quite some time. I love her architectural work and so for you today I am giving you a little glimpse into the work of Julia Anna Gospodarou. I’m sure you will love it as much as I do.
There is an amazing quietness to the work. Those of you who have been following me for some time know that I love that in work and it is something I try to get in my own. Hushed tones.
While I tend to think of her as doing more architectural work she does do other things as well. I love the photos she has of snow. Another one of my favourite subjects. You could almost say another quiet subject.
Her long exposure work is a great inspiration to me and I’m now reading the book that she co-wrote with Joel Tjintjelaar, FROM BASICS TO FINE ART, in the hope of getting some insight into how they do their images. It is important to me to always be learning. I find out how others do their work and then work out what I can use in my own.
I would also like to thank Julia for giving me permission to feature her work for you. If you like her work then I know you are going to love the interview we have of her in the next issue of Dynamic Range. It is all done and will be on sale tomorrow. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy these images.