Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Join me to welcome in the festive period at our Open Studios Evening. Come and see the latest work from a selection of contemporary artists and designers at Make Space Studios whilst indulging in mulled wine and mince pies!

From paintings, sculpture and ceramics to luxury fashion accessories and stationery – don’t miss this unique opportunity to peak inside this creative space near the Southbank and get your Christmas shopping started.

I have also teamed up with another musician (Giovanni Petrolito) and we are planning to do a little jam session around 8pm.

Thursday 28th November
4pm – 9pm
Make Space Studios, Newnham Terrace, SE1 7DR
Nearest tube Lambeth North or Waterloo



I have finally managed to go and see the famous Greyhound Dog racing in London/Wimbledon. I wanted to do this for quite a while and finally managed to go and take my camera. The races are usually held in the evenings, so I had to turn up my ISO to pretty much maximum making them quite grainy. The leading dogs look  as if they are running on their hind legs…

To see all pictures, please click here

Dogracing- AnatolJust2013 (15 of 27)


Below are some samples of my latest series of images












































Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year 2011
















Gesëende Kersfees,  Feliz Navidad, Boas Festas e Feliz Ano Novo, Joyeux Noel, Froehliche Weihnachten, Prieci’gus Ziemsve’tkus un Laimi’gu Jauno Gadu!, Pozdrevlyayu s prazdnikom Rozhdestva is Novim Godom, Noeliniz Ve Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun…

Seems like I am gradually converting this site into one specializing in cat portaiture. Not really, but I have to say they make great subjects to photograph, as they are completely unpredictable. But still once you had your lucky moment you will be able to recognize their particular character.

I always believe in having a camera ready to react to any quick opportunity taking a great photograph. I believe this was one of those moments, when our cat  was just going through a cleaning routine on the sofa. I just finished a shoot 20 minutes before and still had all the lights set up. I hope you enjoy….

I have decided to participate in this years Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2010. The image below is my submission, which got into the second selection for the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2010 will showcase the work of some the most talented emerging young photographers, alongside photographs from established professionals, photography students and gifted amateurs.

The image title is: Tamara, a pefume addict. This image belongs to a series, which will hopefully be exhibited soon. I will keep you updated.

I decided to experiment a bit more with infrared photography and have taken this shot in Clapham Common Park in London today. I have used a long exposure of around 5 minutes to capture this shot. Since the sun was not too strong at the time, the photograph has some extra noise, but I think it just adds to the character of the image.

Due to the second volcanic ash cloud, coming  as a result of the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano, our return flights from Lanzarote have been delayed by seven days. This gave me more opportunity to take photographs, including shots from a nightdive and some exciting kite-surf stunts.

I love freediving and Lanzarote offers a lot of different places to explore the underwater world where you can find school of small to large fish, Angel Sharks, Stingrays, TriggerFish, Sepia and more.

One  amazing location for freediving is a spot between Puerto del Carmen and Porto Calero. If you swim about 70 meters off shore, you can view 2 wrecks in around 20 meters depth. I have managed to take a panorama of both of these, which I will include in my Lanzarote Gallery.

Below is one of the panoramas of the wrecks I have explored

Wreck Lanzarote

Just came back from Tolouse in France and enjoyed myself for a few days. We had a walk with friends on the Rivert Garonne in the early evening hours. The bridge “Pont Neuf”, which is actually the oldest bridge of Toulouse featured a lovely display of changing colours introduced by illumination from below.

Pont Neuf-Anatol Just 2009