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THE EYE OF SEMYACHIK – Large Size – Limited Edition – 1 of 6

7,500.00 

THE EYE OF SEMYACHIK – Large Size – Limited Edition – 1 of 6
Size: 41,3 x 41,3 inches

The water of the crater lake of the stratovolcano Maly Semyachik, in the Kamchatka peninsula, has a very unusual crazy color because of the several types of acids contained in it that make it extremely poisonous. I took this picture from the helicopter to the Geyser valley.

The extremely high quality of the Hahnemühle paper and of the Epson printer are together with my landscapes taken with a Hasselblad medium format camera.
This picture is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315 g/m2 together w​ith an exclusive Digigraphie by Epson certificate.
The size doesn’t include the 6 centimeters white border, so the total size is 6 cm bigger.

The shipping is in a protected tube and it’s included in the costs of the print.

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About the print

THE EYE OF SEMYACHIK – Large Size – Limited Edtion – 1 of 6
Size: 41,3 x 41,3 inches

The water of the crater lake of the stratovolcano Maly Semyachik, in the Kamchatka peninsula, has a very unusual crazy color because of the several types of acids contained in it that make it extremely poisonous. I took this picture from the helicopter to the Geyser valley.

In this print, the extremely high quality of the Hahnemühle paper and of the Epson printer are together with my landscapes taken with a Hasselblad medium format camera.
This picture is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315 g/m2 together w​ith an exclusive Digigraphie by Epson certificate.
The size of the print doesn’t include the 6 centimeters white border, so the total size is 6 cm bigger.

The shipping is in a protected tube and it’s included in the costs of the print.

About the photographer

Isabella Tabacchi, also known as Isabellandscapes is a professional award-winning landscape photographer.

Very active in social media, she has an Instagram account, @isabellandscapes, that reached over 125k followers. With her typical dark style, she influences thousands of amateurs in the worldwide photo community.

For years she has explored and studied the Alps and in particular the Dolomites. What Isabella  loves most about landscape photography is finding in every natural scenery some elements such as lines, stones, flowers that in the composition can guide the observer’s eye towards the main subject, a mountain, a volcano, a tree.

Her great passion for landscape photography has brought her many achievements, as she won several international photography awards and has been on the jury of the prestigious Epson International Pano Awards for three consecutive years and Hasselblad X You Competition.

In the summer of 2019, Isabella explored the volcanic lands of the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Far East Russia, together with two local guides. From this journey the project “Kamchatka: to the abyss of the Earth” was born, which led her to win the title of Photographer of the Year 2020 at the Moscow International Foto Awards.

Isabella placed 3rd in the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020, the most important landscape photography contest in the World.

Her shots have been chosen for international social, advertising and editorial campaigns by Adobe, Behance, Hasselblad, Daily Mail, Newsweek, The Sun, National Geographic,The Atlantic, Digital Camera SLR UK, N-Photo, Foto Cult, Outdoor Photographer, Outdoor Photography, Practical Photography UK, The Phoblographer, My Modern Met, Msn, The Times, The Telegraph, Weather.com, News Break, Sputnik, Der Spiegel GEO.de.