Journey Through Java eBook

journey through java ebook

Journey Through Java

This new eBook offers a peek into the work and techniques of Mitchell Kanashkevich. Journey Through Java is the fifth in Craft & Vision’s series: The Print & The Process. Mitchell Kanashkevich is a curious world wanderer and a travel/documentary photographer who works passionately and skillfully to create exceptional images of some of the most amazing places in the world.

The eBook is built around a series of images from his journey around East Java, predominantly Ijen Crater, Mount Bromo and the Island of Madura. By exploring the idea of photographing in iconic/famous places Mitchell delves into the heart of what it takes to find your own voice and story. He’ll unpack the processes behind his creative decisions and he doesn’t shy away from practical topics; such as, types of light, off-camera flash in a softbox, and choosing the right angles. Mitchell doesn’t stop there. He goes beyond surface level impressions and shares his insights into how to create deep and meaningful photographs.

Mitchell Kanashkevich is a freelance travel and documentary photographer. He travels the world and shoots personal projects as well as travel related stories and stock photos for Getty and Corbis Images. Mitchell’s main passion lies in capturing disappearing ancient cultures and the human condition in unique, challenging situations. His work has appeared in some of the world’s top photography magazines, on book covers, in ad campaigns and has made its way into private photo collections around the world.

print and process ebook

Journey Through Java – Print & Process eBook

In this book, Mitchell explains his approach to documentary photography and  breaks down the photographic process and everything that it involves—from the philosophical side of things, to the gear used, to the practical considerations that make it possible to be in a position to capture the images.

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