10 years and tens of thousands of kilometers later, always along with my camera, here are some pictures of how I see the world.
I am a self taught photographer, I hate clichés, so I never wanted to be someone else, to follow paths.
Those who know me and happened to be near me when I see a "capture" coming to me they are telling me that I become someone else, I become a hunter who just saw its prey.
I am Radu Mihai Iani and I invite you to take a look into my world.
A word from the curator:
Bird’s eye images were and are always a pleasure for the viewer.
Andre Kertesz did them (Rainy day, Tokyo, 1968), Robert Doisneau did them (Saint Germain des Prés - Carrefour Saint Germain, Paris 1945), Cartier-Bresson did them (cyclist, HYÈRES, FRANCE, 1932), all masters tried, not all succeeded.
Radu Mihai Iani’s drone shots are going a step further and combine the photographic talent (intuitive composition and selection), with technology.
As a proof for the above, some of his "down-to-earth" images are also presented here so that the purists can find the elements that make a great image to stay with us long after viewing it.
"It has been said that instead of trees, in Lakonia, towers grow. Legends, myths and fairytales have circulated around Lakonia for centuries..."
A 10 days trip I made to discover the contemporary legends , myths and monuments of the area.
The Bulb Collective consists of photographers active in urban (and rural) photography with an expressive shift to include highly aesthetic and poetic images in their assignments.