2016-06-08 21:22:45 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg

The new issue of On Landscape — with Orsolya's image of the Icelandic Hverfjall volcano on the front page and Michela Griffith's interview with her, inside the magazine — has just been published. It is available to download as pdf on the link below: https://www.onlandscape.co.uk/issues/lgb-0115/

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2016-04-29 10:20:57 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg

Pictures and pixels

Photographic Art — and Beyond. National Salon 2016, 23 April - 26 June 2016

 

The mission of the National Salon of Photography that opened on 23 April in the Kunsthalle (Hall of Art) in Budapest is to reveal the transformation of Hungarian photography over the past decade. My work is represented by three landscape photographs in this immense showcase of 150 artists, which seeks to place the work of different genres, styles and sources of inspiration into groups that "communicate" and co-operate with each other. The photographic art in the exhibition has been curated by Klára Szarka.

 

All three photographs can be ordered as limited edition fine art print on our website, see Fine Art Prints menu.

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2016-04-22 11:32:16

Next week I will meet Roz Kidman Cox, Bruno D'Amicis, Klaus Nigge and Piotr Naskrecki in London, and we will complete judging the 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. To mark this occasion, the Natural History Museum has initiated a series of blogs where each jury member can share his/her thoughts about the judging and pick their favorite images from the previous WPY portfolios. You can read Zoe Stanton's interview with me here.

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Since 2005, we have traveled together as a team, constantly being on the move to explore and photograph landscapes and wildlife, with special interest in the Nordic countries. Our projects capture different parts of the "Cap of the North", in a never-ending search for surprising scenes and the magic light that is so characteristic of this region. It is the desire to get back to our roots — to live with nature that inspires us to create the images that we do.

We are members of The Photo Society, a group of contributing photographers for National Geographic Magazine.

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