evap

evap

Auckland, New Zealand

www.evapolak.com

Impressionist photography is a passion that started for me in 2007 when I become enchanted with the beautiful images created by this style of photography.

When I am taking pictures I work intuitively, using the camera as a means to express and share with others how I see the world around me.

In the same way as the French impressionist painters I endeavour to convey a sense of time and motion with the ever changing properties of natural light.

My photographs are creative representations of the subject and they have been produced using traditional in-camera techniques.

My new book “Impressionist Photography Techniques” is available here

  • Joined: January 2008

Journal

Invitation to the Online Exhibition

I’m pleased to invite you to the Online-Exhibition: / Digital studies II, … from the impressionism to the abstract photography … / by international artists Eva Polak (NZ), Don O. Thorpe (USA), Gregor Pchalek (D), George Baloghy (NZ), Johann A.G. Baloghy (D). / Please visit www.ARTIS-DIVERSIS.net from Saturday, 1st of August 2009. / Check it out and please pass it on to any of yo…
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Invitation to the “Light In Motion” exhibition

I’m delighted to invite you to an exhibition of impressionist photographs showcasing New Zealand’s natural environment in a unique way. “Light In Motion” offers an opportunity to sample what is possible using this photographic technique, where the camera is used as a paint brush. / The exhibition will open Thursday 28th May 2009, from / 6 – 8pm and will be on display until Sun…
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New book

I’m pleased to present my new book “Impressionist Photography Techniques” / Check it out at Blurb: / Impressionist Photography Techniques / Thank you,
Posted over 7 years – 3 comments
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