Alexei Krasnikov - Lofotens


In summer Lofoten Islands are filled with tourists from all over the world. The winter landscape on Lofotens can be described in a few words: rocks, snow, ice and sea. It's a lonely place, perfect for those who understand the pleasure of being alone, far from crowded cities, at least for a short period of time. And it's a special feeling I'm trying to convey with the camera.
Alexei Krasnikov is a fine-art photographer based in Moscow, Russia.
His fascination with photography started in late 90s, when he bought his first SLR camera.
In 2005 Alexei entered the "Professional photography" course in Moscow Academy of Photography. After graduation in 2006 he focused mainly on nature photography, looking at photography mainly as a medium to convey emotions and feelings, rather than a way of documenting the scene. In 2011 Alexei gave up all other professional activity to devote himself totally to developing as a fine-art photographer.
Currently Alexei's main interest lies in black and white fine-art photography. Lately he turned back to film from digital, considering film to be more challenging to handle with, at the same time being a much more interesting and natural process.

photo by: Alexei Krasnikov - Moscow, Russia
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Great vision with this portfolio with fine grey tones and delicate light.
Blais Bruno <>
Auch, France - 04/05/2012

Excellent images.Beautiful monochromies,atmosphery.
Sandro Sardoz <>
Pula, Croatia - 02/05/2012