Harry Fisch, has been a photographer for more years than he cares to remember. He has photographically documented and traveled through over 50 countries.
Winner of the 2012 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO CONTEST, and later disqualified due to editing out a plastic bag (see the Post "How I won and lost the world National Geograhic contest in less than one second"), he has also been a finalist in the 2013 SONY WORLD PHOTO AWARDS and TWO AWARDS OF MERIT in France, GRAND PRIX DE LA DECOUVERTE 2013. He was a finalist in the 2010 PHOTOESPAÑA , possibly the most prestigious Spanish photographic event, in the section “Discoveries”.
His work has been published in other photography magazines such as “La lettre de la photographie”, which was nominated best Blog of 2011 by the prestigious magazine LIFE. He also works as a writer and contributor to International Photography Magazines as LSR Lounge (USA), Photography Week (UK), Fotógrafo Digital(Spain), Digital World (UK), and several other magazines.
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The first pictures of one of our Adventure Photo Tours in Myanmar and Cambodge. A glimpse of what you could have enjoyed with us in this last photo.
SLR Lounge. USA. When you work in a studio, you control the variety, intensity and origin of light. But when you’re on a photo tour, you’re limited in options. You have to plan out the best time to be at the location, and the ideal subject and object placement according to the sunlight.On a Nomad Xpedition photo tour when my customers find themselves in a field in Tuscany, the Malecon of Havana, or in tribe in Ethiopia, they can only count on their camera and little else. They usually do not carry reflectors, or large