2018 is coming to an end, and it is time for a retrospective of the excellent blog interviews we had! We propose you to discover our selection of the 6 MOST-READ posts from the 2nd part of the year: the best interviews with the best images in full resolution, powered by Prodibi as usual.
Here we go!
Last October, we went to Astana in Kazakhstan to meet with Aiony Haust and to discuss portrait photography!
Aiony is a young visual artist who started shooting photos with his mobile phone before developing his own style of beautiful and natural portrait photographs.
To the full post: Aiony Haust
2# Tides & Tempests, coastal photographer Rachael Talibart tells us about her lifelong fascination for the sea
Some beautiful landscape photographs with Rachael Talibart, a critically-acclaimed photographer of stormy seas.
Rachael's photographs show her fascination for the sea and have been published in books and exhibited worldwide.
To the full post: Rachael Talibart
More recently, in November, we discussed with French photographer Etienne Clotis his new photo series ICONIC.
ICONIC is a photographic project that presents images of personalities who have marked their era through 150 scenes.
To the full post: Etienne Clotis
***Read On:** [Summer essential 2018: Prodibi most-read blog posts for your holidays (Part I)](https://mag.prodibi.com/2018/07/05/summer-essential-2018-prodibi-most-read-blog-posts-for-your-holidays-part-i/) and [Summer essential 2018: Prodibi most-read blog posts for your holidays (Part II)](https://mag.prodibi.com/2018/08/09/summer-essential-2018-prodibi-most-read-blog-posts-for-your-holidays-part-ii/)
In October again, we were blown away by the documentary photographer Sebastian Sardi from Stockholm, Sweden.
BLACK DIAMOND is Sebastian's long-term photography work in which he follows the life of coal mine workers and documents the effects of coal mining on its communities.
To the full post: Sebastian Sardi
Just a few weeks ago, we had the pleasure to interview a fine art & portrait photographer based in the Netherlands: Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk.
Autodidact, Gemmy displays her great passion for painting and drawing in all her photos in which she uses dark and light contrasts to create depth.
To the full post: Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk
Innocence, temptation, provocation, imagination, silence...her fantastic self-portraits inspired by the Victorian era will not leave you indifferent.
To the full post: Iness Rychlik
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