Våra fotografer

Vi har bedrivit kursverksamhet i fotografering sedan 2001 och är den enda aktören i Lappland som året om kan erbjuda professionellt guidad fotografering. Låt någon av våra professionella fotografer hjälpa dig att ta några steg framåt i din kreativa fotografering.

 

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Peter Rosén

Som forskare i miljövetenskap bosatte jag mig i Abisko. Där blev de storslagna fjällen och den vildmark som omgav min arbetsplats snabbt föremål för min favorithobby, och jag började fånga den ständigt föränderliga skönheten i det subarktiska landskapet på bild. Mitt miljöintresse och passion för fotografering ledde till att jag 1996 startade företaget RosénMedia. Med mina bilder vill jag förmedla det Lappland som jag är mest stolt över: det orörda landskapet med dess flora och fauna samt naturfenomen som Aurora Borealis och midnattssolen, som båda skänker extra skönhet åt sina säsonger. Under 17 års tid har jag levererat bilder till uppdragsgivare runt om i världen och har medverkat i mer än 100 tidskrifter samt i tv-sändningar, böcker och annan marknadsföring. Jag levererar även regelbundet fotografier till artiklar, bildspel och diverse marknadsföring. Jag är också stolt över min första bok, utgiven på eget förlag. Norrskenet har varit ett favoritmotiv i många år, och med boken ”Aurora Borealis i Lappland” ville jag förmedla den vördnad vi känner inför det magiska ljusspelet. ”Aurora Borealis i Lappland” såldes i över 4 000 exemplar innan den ens publicerats, vilket visar en av styrkorna med att vara verksam i ett Lappland, där nätverken är starka och turistnäringen går på högvarv.

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Hans-Olof Utsi

Hans Olof Utsi har under sina mer än 15 år som yrkesfotograf jobbat med multinationella företag som SAAB, Volvo, Vattenfall, Sandvik och PEAB och är yrkesverksam både inom film och stillbild.

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Niklas Johansson

Niklas Johansson from Kiruna is already teaming to go. He has worked in the field of digital photography ever since Photoshop 1.0 was launched over 20 years ago. It would be hard to find someone better versed on every aspect of the digital workflow. When asked what fascinates him most, he replies: “The three-dimensional aspect of underwater photography and the way light can completely change the character of an image. He spends a great deal of time off the coast of Norway in Narvik and Lofoten, a world teaming with hidden underwater wildlife and forgotten shipwrecks. His advice for above-water photography is: “try to see your subject from every direction, move around, change your perspective, alter the mood with light.” Niklas is also a talented musician, so don’t be surprised if you find him packing his flute and guitar as back-up entertainment if the weather is less than cooperative. Through his music and friends, Niklas has had the privilege of learning to appreciate Sami culture and musical traditions, something he gladly shares with his guests.

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Peter Lilja

Peter Lilja from Skellefteå is another photographer with an equally impressive portfolio. He was born and raised in the dense forest and lake regions of northern Sweden, close to the breathtaking Scandinavian wilderness and wildlife. His keen eye has earned him international attention, to say the very least. He won the BBC Photographer of the Year award twice and works worldwide in almost every imaginable environment. In addition to numerous publications, Peter’s photographs are marketed and sold by among others Getty Images (UK), AGE Fotostock (ESP), IBL (SWE) and Animals/animals (USA). So what does Peter consider to be one of the most important features of a successful photographer? “Patience. Grant yourself the luxury of time and wait. Wait for that moment that feels near perfect. Wait for the unexpected. See the nuances in expressions and capture the unique as closely as possible. The photographer’s personal relationship with the subjects becomes his/her trademark.” Once you begin down the photographer’s path, you will begin to appreciate the time behind whiskers on lynx, the sharp eyes of curious young owls and dewdrops on forest orchids. Every photographer has his favourite subject and process, but continues to learn and long for that one image still waiting. Peter Lilja will guide you with his own experiences and personal tips on what has brought him thus far.

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David Evans, Australia

David Evans is a Lonely Planet travel and landscape photographer, travel writer, and a Master of Photography (AIPP) who creates images of high fidelity, depth and substance. He is a multi award-winning photographer, and in 2015 was awarded the Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year, and the Highest Scoring Image at the Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards, with a series of images created in Swedish Lapland. David guides in collaboration with Peter Rosen to show Australians in particular the beautiful, quiet, gentle and serene landscapes of Lapland, and the mysterious aurora borealis…things that those living ‘down under’ are not able to experience in their own country.