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"Drasner enters Aspen gallery world in eclectic fashion"
Stewart Oksenhorn of The Aspen Times
Lora Drasner studied Interior Design at the New York School of Interior Design, before going into real estate.
In 2004, Lora was married on a boat in Venice's Grand Canal, and her honeymoon was a three and a half-year maritime journey, logging nearly 50,000 miles. Enroute from the Canary Islands to Antigua, Drasner was struck by a particular sunset.
"It was a week crossing, with days where you wouldn't see another boat," she said. "I had a small camera and started taking photos. I had modeled before, so I was familiar with the other side of the camera. Then I got real serious, got a real camera with a huge lens."
Drasner stuck with sunsets, but tied them to specific locations: Miami, Sydney, Darwin's Arch in the Galapagos, the coastal Croatian city of Dubrovnik, turning them into her book "Sunsets," which is in its fourth printing. Drasner is still shooting: Her work is on permanent display at the Four Seasons hotel in Miami, and she is planning a second volume of "Sunsets."
Seoul, South Korea through the Eyes of Greg Samborski
Greg Samborski has become known the world over for his interesting and unique photographic presentations of personal events, from engagements and weddings, to commercial shoots; each capturing something brilliantly special about the subject matter.
His photography has become so sought after that people often travel to Seoul, in order to have him capture their memories.
One thing Greg likes to do is use beautiful backdrops … and through his lens we can see a side of travel that we might miss otherwise.
Here’s some samples of Greg’s amazing work: See Seoul
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