Alpine photographer Kamil Tamiola has made quite a name for himself shooting landscapes and people in hostile high-altitude environments. His work is stunning, and he admits that a large part of what sets him apart from other photographers is his use of nighttime and twilight imagery, which can be incredibly difficult to capture in this environment.
When National Geographic discovered Alpine-Photography by Kamil Tamiola on Facebook, it gave Kamil the boost he needed to turn the hobby he loved into a full-time career.
Check these 20 fabulous photography by Kamil and Lumi.
My name is Kamil. I am a Nikon ambassador, specializing in visual storytelling from remote locations. I am based in Groningen, the Netherlands. A substantial part of my commercial portfolio is shot with powerful on-location lights developed by Elinchrom.
Truth to be told, I enjoy working in front of camera, as much as behind the lens. I think the best demonstration of the aforementioned fact is my role as the host and lector in numerous photography-related productions, including high-end, cinematic “Underwater Pixelguide” by Olav Verhoven.
Unlike the most of professional photographers, I have spent the last 10 years of my life, traveling, and pursuing academic career in physics. My scientific adventures at Cambridge and Groningen brought me to the point where I have decided to turn a great passion of mine, photography, into a full-time job…. read more
Born in Romania, yet living and working in Spain, Lumi is coming from an academic field. She holds a PhD in chemistry at University of Valencia, Spain.
“I am an active person, I love doing things outdoors, I love nature. Since a while I was thinking about redirecting my carrier in such a way I could combine my passion for nature with my own creativity, spontaneity and the analytical skills one earns after a long period working in an academic environment.”
Although new to adventure photography field, she made a strong entry to the field with her debiutant editorial work in Daily Mail “Cave new world”. Abstracting from pure photography work, Lumi proven herself as an invaluable outdoor camera operator, essential for “Let there be light documentary” and “Group Elite Ambassador” promotional campaign. As of December 2012 Lumi is an assignment photographer at ALPINE PHOTOGRAPHY… read more