Nikon Ambassador Viktor Lyagushkin talks about the world’s first under ice photo exhibition “Until the Ice Melts”, which had been exhibited under the ice of the White Sea in February-April 2019. How the idea had been born, what difficulties had to be encountered in the process of its implementation, the author says.
Nikon School posted a video in which Viktor Lyagushkin tells about the new AF-S Fisheye Nikkor 8-15 / 3,5-4,5 E ED – those lens which made possible recent White Sea series and the project Until the ice melts.
Filming, script and direction – Bogdana Vashchenko.
Angel & Devil of the White Sea is the main material of the 15th issue of HEINZ magazine #15. 19 spreads is a record size even for an online edition. Plus cover! Text: Bogdana Vashchenko, photo: Viktor Lyagushkin.
Reportage in the National Geographic Russia for June 2019 tells what it takes to create new underwtaer shots in the Arctic conditions. A lot of photos from our trip to the White Sea in 2018. And warm words from the Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Andrei Palamarchuk to Viktor Lyagushkin in the editor’s word to reader on the first page warm the heart. Thank you, Andrew, very nice!
One of my best stories of all time in the American magazine Scuba Diving for May 2019 with photography by Viktor Lyagushkin. It tells about the White Sea, the Arctic Circle, diving under ice and the spirit of adventure.
Many thanks to Mary Frances Emmons for gentle editing and attention to the smallest details.
The story about the world’s first under the ice exhibition, Until The Ice Melts, can be read in the German online magazine HEINZ for May 2019. It tells about the exhibition of photographs by Nikon ambassador Viktor Lyagushkin, which was exhibited under the ice of Kandalaksha Bay of the White Sea from February 19 to 5 April 2019 on the basis of the Diving Centre and Lodge “Arctic Circle”.
Two spreads in the Indian magazine Chiiz are dedicated to the world’s first under ice exhibit by Viktor Lyagushkin, Until The Ice Melts, which was held under the White Sea ice at the base of the Arctic Circle Dive Center and Lodge. Lots of details and photos for our English-speaking fans in Asia.