Moscow Dive Show 2019

This year PHOTOTEAM.PRO took part in the Moscow Dive Show 2019 with the exhibition “Under the Ice.”

The pictures presented on it are not the complete exposition, but only a part of the world’s first photographic exhibition under the ice. This is not an exaggeration and not a metaphor – from Moscow the works by Viktor Lyagushkin will go to the Arctic Circle and will be put under the thick ice sheet of the White Sea.

Under the Ice exhibition is part of a large project to document the animals of the White Sea in their natural environment named Fantastic Creatures and Where to Find Them.

On the final day of the Dive Show, Viktor Lagushkin delivered a lecture on the main stage of the event, speaking in detail about the project. “We live at a time when climate change and the melting of the Arctic ice become increasingly threatening phenomena, – says the photographer, – My goal is to draw public attention to these problems, and capture the amazing creatures of the White Sea while they still exist.”

The general sponsor of the Under the Ice exhibition is Nikon, partner – the Dive Centre Arctic Circle.

How Are Masterpeices Born And How To Sell Them?

Viktor-portraiteJanuary 23 at 11:00 am in Kiev Kyiv School of Photography will host a master class by Viktor Lyagushkin How Are Masterpeices Born And How To Sell Them?

The world renowned photographer will share his experiences and secrets of working on projects ranging from the birth of the idea, every step of its implementation to completion. Victor will explain where do we get the money for the realization of our dreams and how to sell the results of our work, talk about specific moments of communication with an editor, and most importantly – will reveal the secret, how one may create unique photos.

Participation by appointment at the Kiev School of Photography

 

Eilat Red Sea ShootOut 2013 Lecture

Eilat LectureThis October we had visited the town of Eilat in blossoming Israel during the Eilat Red Sea ShootOut 2013. Thank you all who had attended Viktor’s lecture, we were happy to be there with you and to share our experience.

We were impressed with the high level of Israeli underwater photography, and it’s definitely a feather in David Pilosof’s cap: all this is possible only due to his decades-long activity.

Thank you Pilo and looking forward to seeing you next year!

Lecture Dedicated to 125 Anniversary of National Geographic

125NG_anniversary 125NG_anniversary2This year National Geographic Magazine celebrates 125 anniversary.

October 15, at the Center of Photography Lumiere brothers was held a master class 10000 lumens Underground and Underwaterwater by staff photographer of National Geographic Russia Magazine Viktor Lyagushkin. The event was set as a part of the photo exhibition 125 years of National Geographic.

Thank you, Viktor, for great time with you and Happy Birth-year to National Geographic!