30 April 2012

Estonian photographers in Vilnius 2012

Photos by Age Dupikov ©

Photos by Liina Notta ©

Photos by Penelope Russak ©

Photo by Karl Kasepold ©

Photo by Sten-Erik Remmel ©

24 April 2012

Singing in Vilnius

Vocal music students from Keski-Pohjanmaan Opisto visited Vilnius in March 2012. They had opportunity to learn more about Lithuanian folk music, visit Shared visions -partner school and  some cultural places in Vilnius area, have a small-scale concert in connection with opening of photoraphy students' exhibition and experience "Le nozze di Figaro" at Lietuvos nacionalinis operos ir baleto teatras. 

Hanna's entrée.

The Wonderers.

Trio Trakai.

Photos by Minna Poutanen.

29 February 2012

Vuono ja Korpi - Dance and Music performance

Vuono ja Korpi - a dance and music performance in connection with Kokkola Winter Dance -event. People behind the performance were dance teacher Anni Rissanen (Keski-Pohjanmaan Opisto) and music teacher Christian Killengreen (Follo Folkhogskole) together with their wonderful students. One of the choreographers was Hanna Kivioja.

Please enjoy the show by these photos:

Norwegian Singers 1

Norwegian Singers 2

Norwegian Singers 3

Norwegian Singers 4

Norwegian Singers 5

Norwegian Singers 6

Dance 1

Dance 2

Dance 3

Dance 4

Dance 5

Dance 6

Dance 7

Thank you!
All together.

Photos by Tomas Jakobsson

30 November 2011

Gabija Diburiene

I am Gabija Diburiene and that is my photography.  I am mostly interested in taking pictures of people, but I like nature photography too.  We had really great time during this week. Photoshoots were very interesting and it was great that we were allowed to be creative. Thanks for that.

It was fun to work in studio. There were some decorations which we could use so we transformed one of our friends to a cave man. You can see him in the first photo. Second picture is made in fisherman village which was extremely beautiful. We had a lot of fun then we had to take pictures of ghosts. My friend pretended to be a ghost and helped me to do the task. Also I add a photo which is made in Kokkola and a photo of river which flows near the school.

Cave man
Canon EOS 550D, ISO100, f/8, 1/100

Fisherman's island
Canon EOS 550D, ISO400, f/5, 1/125

Canon EOS 550D, ISO100, f/4.5, 2s

Canon EOS 550D, ISO200, f/2.2, 1/125

Canon EOS 550D, ISO400, f/4, 1/200

Canon EOS 550D, ISO400, f/4, 1/250

Near shcool
Canon EOS 550D, ISO100, f/29, 25s

Photos by:
Gabija Diburiene

Minna Impola

Hi my name is Minna and I like photographing. I have been taking pictures about four years now. I like to take pictures of different things and of natures small wonders. 

My workshop examples:

Photos by:
Minna Impola

Hi my name is Minna and I like photographing. I have been taking pictures about four years now. I like to take pictures of different things and of natures small wonders. 

Marija Mieliauskaite

Labas – Hello – Terve!

Mostly I love taking photos of nature. I think it is good way to show people how wonderful world is. Because someone just oversleep that beauty of  our planet. J

It is my first time at Finland  and I’m happy that I visited this country.  We have very warm welcome. All time of this week was great. We have visited one fishing village near the Kalvia and I was impressed. Unfortunately, we have only one hour for seeing this small island. I wanted to stay there all day… Also we have one nice day in Kokkola. And the sun was shining for us!

And there is attached some pictures from this week.

Canon EOS 400D, ISO400, f/3.5

Canon EOS 400D, ISO200, f/4

Canon EOS 400D, ISO100, f/8

Canon EOS 400D, ISO400, f/3.5

Canon EOS 400D, ISO200, f/3.5

Canon EOS 400D, ISO200, f/3.5

Canon EOS 400D, ISO100, f/8

Canon EOS 400D, ISO100, f/9

Photos by:
Marija Mieliauskaite

Kazimieras Seselgis

I am experimental photographer living in Vilnius. Since I was young everything lead me to express myself somewhere. Love of nature and arts let me see the world as a whole that is made of the small pieces of art. So the world itself is an art and I wish to show it through photography. That usually happens when I'm on the road or in some sort of the trip as well as in unusual places like workshops.

Sometimes I like to tell the stories, sometimes I don’t, but taking pictures always make me happy! That’s why photography is so important. At least for me.

This trip to Finland reminded me that working together might be funny and at the same time challenging. Challenges let us move forward and let us improve faster. New people widen our view of the world as well as let everybody share their options. Those lead us to better understanding of importance of the communication in everyday life.

My workshop assignment photos


Ghost 1                                                  Ghost 2
Nikon D80, ISO100, f/22, "0,6                                        Nikon D80, ISO100, f/22, "0,3

Nikon D80, ISO400, f/2.8, 1/60

Red 2
Nikon D80, ISO400, f/3.2, 1/100

Red 3
Nikon D80, ISO400, f/2.8, 1/100

Red 4
Nikon D80, ISO400, f/3.5, 1/125

Cemetery 1
Nikon D80, ISO500, f/2.8, 1/125
Cemetery 2
Nikon D80, ISO500, f/2.8, 1/100

Nikon D80, ISO400, f/3.2, 1/100

Photos by:
Kazimieras Seselgis