A Luz na floresta-The Light in the Forest- Eng-Pt

English

Hello everybody! I hope you're all well.
Since I started in photography, a phrase has stuck in my head forever: “if there is nothing interesting, photograph the light”.
As photographers, we know that light is our basic tool. Without it there is no photography. Therefore, understanding her qualities is very important. In addition to photography, I have also worked in the visual arts (painting, engraving, prints) and the study of the masters of light (Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Hooper) has helped me to better understand the use of light in my photographic work.
The selection that I present today has light as a subject or as a potentiator.
Last year together with my son (we are Photocracia) we had the opportunity to live for a few months in Serra Catarinense, in the south of Brazil. We live in a small cabin at the foot of the hills in the Rio Canoas valley.
A very different landscape for us, used to beach life.
A totally different light, with variations throughout the day and seasons.
Look at the light! Look at the light! It was the most talked about at that time and the rush to get the cameras was inevitable.
Here are some examples captured during our stay in the mountains.
Hope you like it!
stay well and until next time.

Portugués

Olá a todos! Espero que estejam todos bem.
Desde que comecei na fotografia, uma frase ficou para sempre na minha cabeça: “se não há nada interessante, fotografe a luz”.
Como fotógrafos, sabemos que a luz é nossa ferramenta básica. Sem ela não existe fotografia. Por tanto, entender as qualidades dela é muito importante. Além da fotografia, também tenho trabalhado nas artes plásticas (pintura, gravados, impressões) e o estudo dos mestres da luz (Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Hooper) tem me ajudado a entender melhor o uso da mesma no meu trabalho fotográfico.
A seleção que apresento hoje tem a luz como sujeito ou como potencializador.
Ano passado junto com meu filho (nós somos Photocracia) tivemos a oportunidade de viver alguns meses na Serra Catarinense, no sul do Brasil. Moramos numa cabana pequena aos pés dos morros no vale do Rio Canoas.
Uma paisagem bem diferente para nós, acostumados com a vida na praia.
Uma luz totalmente diferente, com variações ao longo do dia e das estações.
Olha a luz! Olha a luz! era o mais falado nesse tempo e a correria para pegar as câmeras era inevitável.
Deixo aqui alguns exemplos capturados durante nossa estadia nas serras.
Espero que gostem!
fiquem bem e até a próxima.

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splendid colours - perfect!

Thank you friend!

Really fabulous shots! Thanks for sharing them here with us.

Thank you!

The light gives the photo mystique and I love it. Have a nice day

Thanks a lot!

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