Fog and Light by Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Every week Eduardo Perucha Esteban do his photographic output – a few weeks into an interesting sites, and sometimes he walk in the city where he lives, always aiming to improve himself and make the best picture – the one that when you pick up and teach, speaks for itself, how much a story. Photography is giving Eduardo a lot of satisfaction on a personal level.

I’m very interested to read the light, in particular advantage to use existing light in my photographs. This project is the result of observation. The photo is made in the valley of Gistaín in the Aragonese Pyrenees (Spain), in a village called Plan. In the early morning, was watching in a wooded area, the fog down the mountain into the valley, perhaps sunrise and evaporation was occurring with increasing temperature. The fog at higher elevations, just stop to show the mountain, but at low levels, is everywhere, subtract light, visibility, and light-filled landscape, turn it off, everything seems spooky. When the fog begins its dissipation, light penetrates, filtered through the mist, the rays are embodied in our view, perhaps because the light is reflected in the water making up the phenomenon.
-Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Eduardo Perucha Esteban

The light was penetrating the thick forest, with perfect light beams at 45 degrees, and the branches of trees, were recorded in the fog. The light is always the raw material that inspires us and everything he touches turns, but you have to be there to capture the transformation of the incidence of light on objects, prepared with all available resources. After giving you joy.
-Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Eduardo Perucha Esteban

I like landscape photography, architecture and street. My source of inspiration are the great American photographers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, to name two that made me vibrate are Ansel Adams and Dorohea Lange, for their sensitivity and composition, technique, considering the few means they had, well talk about two geniuses. I also usually follow current young photographers in various multimedia platforms.
-Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Eduardo Perucha Esteban

My advice to my colleagues, is that once the technique, you come to the conclusion that the technique is a means and how important is the composition, the mind set on what you want to photograph. Having a goal every time you leave the house with your camera, and transmit emotions to others. Viewers of your photos, with a smile, a word is enough to give you encouragement to keep doing photography. Finally be very demanding on yourself, do not get excited positivism people.
-Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Eduardo Perucha Esteban

For this project I used a DSLR, Nikon D90 and a lens of the same brand 70-300. I did not use a tripod. The development is performed by a Adobe Lightroom CC.
-Eduardo Perucha Esteban

About Eduardo Perucha Esteban

Eduardo Perucha Esteban, is a hobbyist photographer from Barcelona (Spain), he bought his first camera in the 70s and photographs in black and white captivated him, perhaps because black and white what could reveal is very exciting, the color and its processing was very complex and not so good at the time. Throughout his life he have had several brackets in analog, but four years ago he acquired a DSRL, and began implementing his knowledge of photography with a DSLR. The basics were the same, but was at the same time, it was entirely new. The immediacy of the final results of photography captivated him so he continues with his passion for photography in black and white. On the other hand, this has forced him to be always in training, and now he’s doing the course of the New York Institute of Photography to be held in Latin version, he’s also doing a workshop on photo reportage. See more of his photos on Behance or his website.