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Transcript of NICHOLAS SAMARAS
Born on October 11, 1976
From Thessaloniki, Greece
studied photography at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, London
He has traveled & shot at locations such as:
The Red Sea
Nicholas Samaras is famous for his exotic & breath-taking underwater pictures.
He also worked as a Creative Director in advertising area
He is based in Greece
He works in his studio, editing his new work
& dividing his time conducting photographic workshops and the exploration of ocean’s beauties
He has been working in photography for 11 years.
In his early 20s, he worked as a video editor for major Greek TV stations
His Life Now
His passion & dedication to sea & its creatures
His characteristic effort to bring out to surface the beauty of the marine world with a unique aesthetics
What makes this his work unique AND worthy of our attention?
His photos are underwater
It is truly amazing, interesting & breath-taking.
Because his photos are so unique and very appealing.
Why is it considered “good”?
He has garnered numerous international awards to his name
like: G.D.T. European Wildlife Photographer of the Year
He has contributed the National Geographic Magazine, several international editions as well
Underground vs. Mainstream
I think Nicholas Samaras can be considered mainstream since his work has been in National Geographic several times.
He has won lots of international awards as well. He also has his own website, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram.
Popular opinion of Nicholas's work?
Most people really love his work
They say that it is very unique, stunning & purely natural
My Personal Opinion of his Artwork
I really adore his work because it is incredibly refreshing. I also love nature pictures and his underwater photos made me love them even more.
This picture is fascinating since there is a really cool lighting where the water is.
The rule of thirds is applied (kind of) to focus more on the water with the diver.
This picture shows the movement of the animal, which is really interesting.
This picture was taken using a snoot.
The subject stands out more because of the colour
contrast between the anemones and the subject.
The black background caused the focus to be on the animal itself.
A passionate & dedicated underwater photographer
Has received more than 50 awards in international festivals of underwater and wildlife photography