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RAF WILLEMS

CHAUNTEL IN THE DESERT

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De kunstenaar

Raf Willems reveals the world from a new angle. A Belgian artist based in the United States, he has practised the profession of photographer since 1997. Armed with his long experience, he is internationally renowned for his work in the advertising industry. However, when his career was already well established, several years ago, he decided to embark on a new challenge. As soon as they appeared on the market, he bought his first drone. It was love at first sight: the photographer became passionate about aerial photography! This European expat living in the United States brings fresh eyes to his surroundings. What seems ordinary to Americans often appears special to the artist. The use of the drone is therefore a way for him to share this impression, a vector of communication offering a new perspective to the public, seen from above. Today he is among the pioneers of aerial photography. A winner of numerous international awards (First Prize at the International Photography Competition; gold medal at the International Color Awards; three One Eye Land Awards, IPA, etc.), his photographs are also exhibited across the globe. Finally, he has founded an agency specialising in aerial photography, based in Las Vegas. Besides commercial assignments, Raf Willems devotes his time to many personal art projects, but never without his drone.  ... Lees verder Less minder

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Dry Lake Bed, niet ver van Las Vegas, is een plek in de woestijn die beroemd is omdat er zoveel foto's en films worden gemaakt. Dit landschap maakt deel uit van ons collectieve geheugen en lijkt geen geheimen meer te hebben. Toch ziet fotograaf Raf Willems dat anders. Hij gaat er met zijn drone heen, kijkt er van bovenaf naar en plots ontstaat magie. De woestijn toont zich op een andere manier.

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Datum waarop de foto is gemaakt

06 december 2019

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