Imagine being allowed the luxury of taking one picture in the space of two hours. Then, imagine having only two hours to show 15 people how to take a really good picture. Dimitri Vasileiou shares his almost terrifying recent experience in Norway
Full throttle, vibration at its maximum capacity, the headphones around my head and Didimotyho Blues playing with loudness switched on, two rubber wheels off the tarmac and we are away. The small, 80 seat, Fokker aircraft has just left Vigra airport in Alesund, a small community in Norway; I am heading back home. In a few seconds, all I could see was a beautifully diffused light shaft protruding through the heavy cloud covered sky above Vigra. Memories of a recent trip to the English Lake District came flooding back; a sunrise shoot at Lake Buttermere to be...
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