Interview: Anna Fishkin Photographs Tulum Mexico’ Landscape.
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Have you ever looked at a photograph and simply said “This cannot be real” this is what you’ll say when you’ll see Anna’s landscape pieces. William Albert Allard said “You’ve got to push yourself harder. You’ve got to start looking for pictures nobody else could take. You’ve got to take the tools you have and probe deeper.“Anna Fishkin ventured down to Tulum, Mexico to witness illustrated sunsets and manages to capture the capacity of pigments to a photograph describing the true natural beauties that will certainly knock you out unconscious.
Fishkin began professional photography just three ago in Chicago. Although it was a hobby of hers since college, it was not always the main focus in life. For many years she worked as a graphic designer and ran a tiny company which churned out corporate web design work and also identities for smaller personal clients.
Growing up in Minsk, Belarus is where everything began for her – she says “I became a designer, since I was very young. I used to do a lot of drawing and illustration. I even illustrated a very academic archeology book once, back when I studied at the University of Wisconsin.. “
Anna recently released an Arts & Photography Book ‘Sunset: Tulumn, Mexico (11″x13″). You can order yours today at Blurb.com.