Exhibition Impossible is Possible in Troitsk, Moscow, Russia

Yesterday, November 4, our exhibition “Impossible Is Possible” opened in the House of Scientists in the town of Troitsk near Moscow. It shows photos from various projects: #Seagull, Genie Jar, Being a Dolphin, Princess of Whales. In total, 18 works of 60x90cm are presented.

The exposition aroused keen interest. Photographers who came to the opening were interested in how the images were taken, which cameras and lenses were used, and asked a lot of questions about the physics and technology of underwater shooting.

The exhibition takes place as part of the All-Russian tour of the Photoparade in Uglich and will last until November 14.

Viktor Lyagushkin & Seventeen Strobes

October 4, Moscow hosted the presentation of the sixth issue of Yevgeny Feldman’s slick magazine  Svoy, which was completely dedicated to Viktor Lyagushkin’s art. Photos and stories “from caves and seas” on the pages of the new issue, and even more remarkable stories by Viktor during the presentation captivated the audience.

Photos from the presentation by Tatyana Mordvinova.

Reefcalendar – Project for Our Seas

Our  team takes part in the charitable project Reefcalendar  by Martin Aigner. PHOTOTEAM.PRO member, Nikon Ambassador SUBAL Pro Team member Viktor Lyagushkin entered the project with his photography “Swan Swims Over the Sky”. There are also such famous photographers as Lynn Funkhouser and  Christian Vizl and others.

Hotel Le Méridien Vienna hosted an exhibition with the photographs included. Exhibition is open for visitors from  29th of November till 15th of January. All money raised during the project will be spent for salvation of reefs of Southern Seas.

Divine Maya

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Famous Russian designer, Tatyana Parfionova used the photograph of a swan by Viktor Lyagushkin for her impressive dress which illustrates the idea of her exhibition dedicated to the world’s greatest ballet-dancer Maya Plesetskaya.

The fidelity and love, happiness and tragedy of a swan touches the bottom of a soul and is the accurate expression of the perfect ballet-dancer, says Tatyana Parfionova.

Swan Princess in N-Photo Magazine

NPhoto #20 (06/13)N-Photo Magazine  #20 (6/2013)

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People cannot fly, but underwater they may feel weightless. That is why the director of a movie based on a popular Russian fairy tale decided to film a scene of a fight between the Swan Princess and Wicked Wizard-Kite underwater.
I had been invited as a backstage underwater photographer and found the Swan Princess was more than charming. I couldn’t use any lights as these would spoil the scene, but the studio light board was more than enough to create a beautiful backlight underwater, and the chromakey backing formed a nicely textured backdrop.”

Nikon D3S, Nikon AF 16mm f/2.8 D Fisheye, 1/400 sec, f/4, ISO800, Subal housing

photo by Viktor Lyagushkin

Why swans have long necks…

Daily SwanThese eye-popping underwater pictures of swans stretching for their food show just why swans have such beautifully long necks.

By putting their long necks to good use by ducking underwater and reaching for food at the bottom of a lake these mute swans are showing not just their looks – but also how well adapted they are.

To read the whole story in DailyMail