Japan is an archipelago of more than 6,800 islands in the Pacific Ocean. The main islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa.
Japan has an ancient history and very strong traditions that are still very much in use today. It is so fascinating to discover what makes Japan so special. I will be living in Japan until 2020, follow me on this journey of cultural discovery and travel exploration.
I strive to create meaningful photographs that are artistically inspired, thoughtfully conceived, and technically executed with a documentary feel. I’m drawn to the elegant and timeless beauty found in nature. The natural world has many moods and visual rhythms created by the light. Before taking a photograph, I spend time getting to know the natural light, colors, shapes, textures and motion in a specific area. From reflections in still water, to a short stretch of beach, to the patterns the sand makes when the tide goes back out to sea and the rise and fall of the sun –it is this process of intimate discovery that I identify the subject matter and create meaningful work. My images go beyond the literal interpretation of a scene, replacing it with the personal creative vision and emotion I bring to my photography.
Annie Sobol is a photographer whose work focuses on fine art, nature, and landscape. In her spare time she curates @757 Photographer an Instagram account that showcases the 757 area code’s photographers along with @anniesobol.
Annie graduated from DePaul University, and received a Bachelor of Art with a Minor in Business Administration. Annie graduated magna cum laude from TCC Visual Arts Center in May 2017 with an A.A.A in Studio Art, concentration in Photographic Media Arts where she currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor teaching History of Photography (online), Studio Lighting, and Introduction to Video Techniques. In addition she is a graduate student at Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) working on her Master of Art in Photography.
For more information on Annie's work (download CV), or to get in touch regarding classes, workshops and sessions, or to just say hello, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.