02/02/2009

Noah Kalina






My latest discovery – Noah Kalina’s photographs.
The first one reminded me of Robert Frost’s poem “Two Look at Two”.
You can read it here and Noah’s web site here.
Enjoy!

4 comments:

Bartek Narożny said...

Really great stuff! He's good with mixing natural and artificial light. Must be what he does for living, his interior photographs look perfect in what they are meant and paid for. Thanks for sharing

Malwina Witkowska said...

That's exactly what I thought!
I wish I could do that :)
Maybe I'll learn one day...
Oh and it's a pleasure :]

Bartek Narożny said...

Well, that's a very nice poem, isn't it?
Have you seen Maciej Duczyński's photographs? www.lonelywolf.pl.
He won TravelPhotographerofTheYear prize last year. Some of his work is a bit overdone (HDR, you know...) but some is really breathtaking, especially the ones from Iceland. Oh, Iceland, how I wish to go there once, though, I'm affraid Magda will never ever want to - too cold :)

Malwina Witkowska said...

I saw the web site, thank you. I agree that some of the photographs are overdone.
That kind of landscape isn’t too difficult to photograph though…
Poem, yes, I think this is one of my favourite poets but I’m used to Polish translations by Czeslaw Milosz. Maybe a nice warm down jacket for Magda would do the trick?? ;)