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Fotoflows - Interview with +Francesco Gola

+Francesco Gola is a landscape photographer with a talent for seascape photography.  He captures amazing long exposures and has shared his tools and flow with us in our latest interview.  Click through ( to check out his write up along with those from other photographers +Colby Brown, +Brian Matiash, +Klaus Herrmann, +Athena Carey and +Julia Anna Gospodarou.

Fotoflows ( is a an effort to create a place that educates and stimulates the photography community by providing a little insight into the tools used by prominent photographers to create their works of art.  

If you have any suggestions for photographers that you wish to be interviewed, please email or message me on here and I will do my best to get them on board.

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Nice. Love +Francesco Gola's work. 

+Daniel Treadwell I did not see your notification until this morning....Sorry about the delayed response. Send me an email and let me know what you need. 
Hi +Jay Patel, not a problem at all.  Notifications are a bit wonky on here at times.  I've emailed you through the interview so just fill it out when you get a chance and send it back.  Thanks.
Only just spotted this new website Daniel - thanks for this as I find I learn bets when I understand how others reach their end image and then adapt for myself as necessary.

Look forward to seeing more of this though ... and have you plans to extend the type of post you put up on the website or is it going to be very much the same as now?
+Francesco Gola, thanks for taking part - happy to have you on board!

+Stuart Dyckhoff, happy to be of assistance.  For now the simple format will remain with each photographer asked the same questions.  Who knows what the future holds though.
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