With stunning classic, baroque, rococo, and gothic architecture, Prague is as beautiful as it is historic, and it’s also one of the best cities in Europe for photography. Since it’s such an amazing place to visit, Prague also attracts an incredible amount of tourists that can make getting certain shots very difficult. In this episode, the team navigates the old streets and buildings looking for the best light, while learning how to best avoid the crowds.
Elia meets up with the talented conceptual photographer and artist, Erik Johannson, as he takes us on a tour of his studio and walks us through his incredible creative process from the conceptual side all the way through production and final digital editing. His work is truly surreal and it’s an amazing experience to get a full demonstration of his workflow.
During this episode, Elia visits Centrum PhotoSkoda, one of the largest and most impressive camera stores in Europe. The owners Milan and Martin Skoda, give a tour of both the modern and the historic as they visit the museum and learn about Prague’s rich history and photographic legacy.