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Introductions: Julia Anna Gospodarou

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

22 Comments
  1. Wow, some seriously stunning imagery… just loving all the patterns of both nature and mankind; thanks for the introduction, I will indeed be following for more! Peace x

    February 9, 2016
  2. Thanks for the introduction…her work emphasizes the appeal of our visual environments, and how much can be appreciated in monochrome.

    February 9, 2016
  3. Ms. Gospodarou’s work touches me in a way that the work of most other photographers of architecture does not. I’m trying to figure out why. What I come up with is that it is architecture plus something else, some other element. It’s light (and contrast) sometimes, but I prefer most of all, in these that you’ve posted, the photo with the wire girders (?). Thank you for featuring this work!

    February 9, 2016
  4. I have read the book, which is most impressive, as of course are the images. I think that some of the techniques in post-processing require a considerable investment in time, more than I have found available so far. I’ll have to get back to it.

    February 9, 2016
    • I thought that might be the case, but as with everything, I suppose, doing something great often takes time, I’m really looking forward to getting to that part.

      February 9, 2016
  5. mickey2travel #

    Wow! Wonderful photos!

    February 9, 2016
  6. Each and everyone so beautiful…photo #1 takes my breath away!

    February 9, 2016
  7. Wow! Awesome collection and such talent. You are right – those hushed tones speak a lot!

    February 9, 2016
  8. Jackie Saulmon Ramirez #

    Reblogged this on The Artistic Spider's Web and commented:
    Introductions: Julia Anna Gospodarou
    written by Leanne Cole
    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.

    February 9, 2016
  9. You are right Leanne, the quietness, stillness of the work, and her choice of monochrome all add to the stunning images of Julia Anna. I am off to check the book, and really forward to the magazine article.

    February 9, 2016
  10. Sandra #

    Thank you Leanne for introducing Julia – her photos are amazing. I am looking forward to reading the interview in Dynamic Range

    February 9, 2016
  11. beautiful winter!

    February 9, 2016
  12. thank you Leanne Somehow the buildings seem to be like sculpture as do the trees??

    February 9, 2016
  13. Amazing work! I do understand your love for the snow works – magical.

    February 9, 2016
  14. Incredible. Each and every one – fantastic!

    February 9, 2016
  15. Thank you for the introduction, Leanne! Awesome work!

    February 9, 2016
  16. sheer delight….. the winter white still forest captured my heart!
    second view, looking at the buildings I enjoy them for the sense of being touched with Light from above. Julia has done a marvellous job in creating these very evocative images. Thank you for sharing!

    February 9, 2016
  17. Not and easy task to blend quiet with power. I know much of your work hits on this incredible pairing as well. Her work is breathtaking. That second image looking through the trees is marvelous. I feel so fortunate for this introduction, thank you. Really looking forward to the magazine tomorrow. Such abounding talent jumping off every page, looking forward to diving in.

    February 9, 2016
  18. Thank you for introducing us to Julie’s work. I love architectural photos and one day hope to be able to do some myself. Really stunning photos.

    February 9, 2016
  19. Wow – all gorgeous!

    February 10, 2016
  20. Incredible strength but an amazing quietness .. Great photographer

    February 10, 2016
  21. A great intro – thank you:)

    February 13, 2016

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