A prototype of a Gremlin
A prototype of a Gremlin. Picture made with macro focus stacking. Part of personal project and exhibition.
Author: Marek Czarnecki – an art photographer and doctor of film arts. Recipient of awards at international photography competitions. Eight-times winner of the British MPA award, winner of several medals at international photography competitions. Member of the Association of Polish Art Photographers and elite international societies and organisations: The Master Photographer Association (UK), International Association of Panoramic Photographers (USA), British Institute of Professional Photography (UK), Federation of European Professional Photographers (Belgium). Among the top fifty professional panoramic photographers in the world. He also goes in for a photography of architecture and landscape. Photographic panoramas are his passion which he has taken for many years and used in advertisement and his own artistic work. He makes his works in various techniques Color, HDR, Infrared, Macro, Stereoscopy. He is an artist whose works have the Digigraphie Certificate of the Epson company, which is a quality certificate for photographers, artists and museums – a guarantee of the highest standards in a digital reproduction of art. It is a technique assuring the highest standard of digital reproduction of artistic works, providing safety and credibility meeting expectations of museums, galleries and buyers of limited editions. In his collection he has over 7000 panoramas from various parts of Poland, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The author of many photographic albums, he cooperates with publishing houses in Poland, Germany, Great Britain and Dubai. He runs seminars in the scope of Commercial Photography in Russia, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. His works can be found in many private collections throughout the world. Artistic credo: “Each photographer is as good as good is his last photograph”. Additional information can be found at www.marekczarnecki.eu.