After some weeks of absence due to his travels to places with poor Internet connectivity and wildly different time zones, Ralph joins Ugo back on the show to interview Vieri Bottazzini, a travel landscape photographer, Leica Ambassador, Leica Akademie Italy instructor and Formatt-Hitech Ambassador.
Vieri considers himself a portrait photographer. He portrays the beauty of the planet, working in the most spectacular studio of the world: the world itself.
Since 2010 he combined his passion for photography with his love for nature and the wilderness by dedicating himself exclusively to Fine Art Landscape photography. With 25 years of teaching on his back, he firmly believes that workshops are the best way to share his enthusiasm for photography and for the Earth’s beauty with like-minded people. His favourite destinations are the American Southwest, Scotland, United Kingdom, Turkey and, of course, Italy where he settled in 2014 after spending 15 years abroad.
Associate of the prestigious British Institute of Professional Photography (ABIPP) and European Photographer (EP), his work has been published and exhibited internationally and is part of various private collections. When he is not around the world photographing, teaching, lecturing or adjudicating competitions, he works on his photographs, prepares his Fine Art prints and writes reviews and articles about photography.
Duration 49m 07s.
Music for this episode: “Zanzibar” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/