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SAREL AND MARYNA

AFRICAN ELEPHANT

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Sarel van Staden and Maryna Cotton form a duo of South African photographers. Together, they direct the famous photography school, Photowise, located in the suburbs of Pretoria, where they teach their students how “to create images instead of recording them”. Sarel has been a professional photographer for over two decades and has continually won honours throughout his career. His attraction to creative and innovative lighting techniques has enabled him to focus on automobile photography. The challenge to beautifully illuminate the reflective surfaces of vintage cars has become an obsession that he now shares with his partner Maryna Cotton. She specialises in still life, striving to reveal the hidden beauty of the forms, curves, and lines of her subjects. Together, they collaborate with some of the most famous brands in the automotive industry, such as Porsche, Volvo, Jaguar, McLaren, and Ferrari.  ... See more See less

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Sarel van Staden and Maryna Cotton?s portfolio is not solely restricted to automotive art. Born in South Africa, the photographer duo are also interested in wildlife photography. Ferocious beauties isolated from any sense of context ? such is the artistic technique developed in this shot and that helps to restore to the animals a semblance of their stolen dignity. Fascinating subjects that are increasingly present in the work of Sarel van Staden and Maryna Cotton, the wildlife that they photograph in natural reserves represent a formidable journey that inspires their creative souls. As ever, the lighting is at the heart of their productions and creates the atmosphere necessary for closely reflecting their subjects. This elephant was photographed in 2018 in the Limpopo province, in the extreme northeast of South Africa.

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07 March 2019

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