wadmu:

Interview with Jeff Lanuza
W: tell us something about you.
JL: My name is Jeff Lanuza and I’m a photographer. I am currently studying a degree in photography at the School of Art F + F Schule in Zurich, Switzerland.
W: How does the technology and digital media work on the art you make?
JL: Technology in my work is quite important. I use Adobe Lightroom to fix/modify certain light issues in my photos, and I also use Adobe Photoshop to create something a little more surreal, or for adding textures. Digital art for me is - a must -.
W: What is your appreciation of digital art? 
JL: For me it is a 2-edged weapon, it is a useful tool and the best of all is that it’s available to everyone.

Version en español:
W: Cuéntanos algo sobre ti
JL: Me llamo Jeff Lanuza y soy fotógrafo. Actualmente estoy estudiando licenciatura en fotografía en la Escuela Superior de Arte F+F Schule en Zürich, Suiza.
W: ¿Cómo funciona la tecnología y los medios digitales en tu obra?
JL: La tecnología en mi trabajo es bastante importante. Yo utilizo Adobe Lightroom para arreglar/modificar ciertas situaciones de luz en mis fotos, y Adobe Photoshop para crear algo un poco más surrealista, o para agregar texturas. El arte digital para mi es algo imprescindible.
W: ¿Cuál es tu apreciación del arte digital?
JL: Para mí es un arma de 2 filos, es una herramienta útil y lo mejor, al alcance de todos
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wadmu:

Interview with Jeff Lanuza

W: tell us something about you.

JL: My name is Jeff Lanuza and I’m a photographer. I am currently studying a degree in photography at the School of Art F + F Schule in Zurich, Switzerland.

W: How does the technology and digital media work on the art you make?

JL: Technology in my work is quite important. I use Adobe Lightroom to fix/modify certain light issues in my photos, and I also use Adobe Photoshop to create something a little more surreal, or for adding textures. Digital art for me is - a must -.

W: What is your appreciation of digital art? 

JL: For me it is a 2-edged weapon, it is a useful tool and the best of all is that it’s available to everyone.

Version en español:

W: Cuéntanos algo sobre ti

JL: Me llamo Jeff Lanuza y soy fotógrafo. Actualmente estoy estudiando licenciatura en fotografía en la Escuela Superior de Arte F+F Schule en Zürich, Suiza.

W: ¿Cómo funciona la tecnología y los medios digitales en tu obra?

JL: La tecnología en mi trabajo es bastante importante. Yo utilizo Adobe Lightroom para arreglar/modificar ciertas situaciones de luz en mis fotos, y Adobe Photoshop para crear algo un poco más surrealista, o para agregar texturas. El arte digital para mi es algo imprescindible.

W: ¿Cuál es tu apreciación del arte digital?

JL: Para mí es un arma de 2 filos, es una herramienta útil y lo mejor, al alcance de todos

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Khao Luang Caves, Thailand.
"A legend told by the people of Phetchaburi for centuries, was that the entrance to this cave was a portal to a “twilight zone” town where the inhabitants were only young maidens…."
Located 1 hour south from Bangkok, there’s a little town called Petchaburi, witch at first is not that impressive, even if you go guided by a “travel guide” they say that it’s a place to be only for a day.
I decided to explore the place a little bit, and found out that not only it’s one of the few places that still keeps the real Thai identity, but also it’s the home of this beautiful caves.
Khao Luang are by far underestimated, and by far one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen….

Khao Luang Caves, Thailand.

"A legend told by the people of Phetchaburi for centuries, was that the entrance to this cave was a portal to a “twilight zone” town where the inhabitants were only young maidens…."

Located 1 hour south from Bangkok, there’s a little town called Petchaburi, witch at first is not that impressive, even if you go guided by a “travel guide” they say that it’s a place to be only for a day.

I decided to explore the place a little bit, and found out that not only it’s one of the few places that still keeps the real Thai identity, but also it’s the home of this beautiful caves.

Khao Luang are by far underestimated, and by far one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen….

Bus Stop Bangkok, 2014.
Close to the King’s Palace in Bangkok Thailand, there’s a small street market, where vendors have used and very interesting items, Monks are used to come here regularly and browse around.

Bus Stop Bangkok, 2014.

Close to the King’s Palace in Bangkok Thailand, there’s a small street market, where vendors have used and very interesting items, Monks are used to come here regularly and browse around.