Elmer Laahne – Fine Art Photography

"I have been photographing since I was 13 years old. Often using my fathers analog SLR camera. After film and photo school in the star of the 1990´s. My career started to take off. My inspiration mostly came from the pioneering American photographers, Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, to mention a few."

A Bridge Too Far - Photo - Various dimensions available

"I had my own darkroom, developed my own film, and created by own black and white prints. Parallel to my Film & TV career, I never put down my stills cameras. In the early 2000s I started working professionally with still photography for various clients, shooting advertisements, portraits and architecture photography.

Having my own photo studio, I started illustrating books from 2003, and created film documentaries for various international clients until 2018. Today, I only work with my conceptual art and landscape projects. I spent 30 years of traveling to most parts of the world, covering war, hunger, and doing commercial work. I really wanted to focus all my attention on my art projects.

I now sell artworks to organizations, book publishers and offer private persons. I have received many international photo awards in the last years."

Stranded Steel Whale - Photo - Various dimensions available
It´s all bananas - Photo - Various dimensions available
Seascape II Worlds End - Photo - Various dimensions available
A Dinner With Eve - Photo - Various dimensions available

This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist


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