Snaefellsness, Iceland

Tomasz Przychodzień – Landscape Photographer

Prints – Workshops – Blog

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FINE ART PRINTS

Some of my works are available in limited editions of handmade and signed Fine Art prints prepared on best baryta papers created by Hahnemühle. You will soon be able to find all of currently available works in ‘prints’ section. I do not usually print on request but you can always ask about a specific photograph.

WORKSHOPS AND TUITION

As a part of my educational project Light Guides 
I organize expeditions and photography tours in the most extraordinary regions of the world. We visit Karakorum, Dolomites and many other locations. I lead group and individual workshops. To find out more or arrange a private tour please contact me

BLOG

Here I share my thoughts on photography, my knowledge about the medium, practical experience related to the gear I use, outdoor photography tips,
as well as the most interesting stories behind my photographs. If you would like to find out more about my approach to photography this is the place to visit.

GALLERIES

MY PERSPECTIVE

 MONOCHROMES

Shades of Iceland

Cathedral

Uomo di Passo Giau

In Search of Lost Light

COLOUR

Colours of Interior

Iceland

My other photographs are available in photographs section.

BLOG

LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY INSIGHTS

SOCIAL MEDIA

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I do not value social media at all. I consider it mandatory rather than meaningful. Instagram or Facebook only serve promoting and developing themselves, disavowing what is most valuable in photography. Basing the system on the mechanism of thoughtless liking the posts of people who “like” what we do, creates a vicious circle, where the quality of art is sadly becoming less and less significant. Paradoxically, social media is at the same time the best way to reach people who do not know my photographs yet. And yet I use the absurdities of the mechanisms of social networking sites intentionally. The number of ‘fans’ and ‘likes’ grows systematically with most of them not even remembering what I do. However, is it of any importance in the context of the quality of the images I create and the very process of their creation? I believe it is not. If you ever find one of my profiles, write me a message, ask a question, call. I like talking about photography, I appreciate personal contact going beyond mindless like-clicking.

CONTACT ME

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