A project showing two cable-stayed bridges in Greece, one in Athens and the other in Patras, the larges cable-stayed bridge in the world. A story about light, shadow and how they play with these bridges. It is always fascinating how light can create volumes and make them emerge from darkness and how a photographer can use it to emphasize even such thin and overlooked volumes as the cables of a bridge. These cables are the subject of the series, together with the feeling of exuberance that such a cable-stayed bridge can give to the viewer when light and lines are used to drive the eye to the apex of this structure.
Architect, Multi award-winning black and white fine art photographer (SWPA, IPA, PX3, IFPA, B&W Spider Awards, ND Awards). Mostly known for her B&W long exposure architectural photography, Julia has written the best selling book From Basics to Fine Art – Back and White Photography, co-author Joel Tjintjelaar http://bit.ly/basicstofineart She also teaches fine art photography workshops and works on commissioned photography projects. She is the creator of the term (en)Visionography™ that defines fine art digital photography, a genre that has to do more with the vision of the artist than with the subject or how the camera captures it. This theory reflects in her personal creative and processing method, Photography Drawing (PhtD™), method based on how to process a black and white image by using the principles of classical black and white drawing. Published internationally in numerous books and magazines, Julia's work can also be seen online in the most important photography galleries. Website: http://www.juliaannagospodarou.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org