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Llinos Lanini

Llinos Lanini
Llinos Lanini


Prynu camera ‘go iawn’ cyntaf (yn lle ci) 7 mlynedd yn ôl, i gadw’n ffit.

Wedi dysgu fy hun.

Ennill cystadleuaeth Daily Telegraph 6 mis yn ddiweddarach a thaith i Singapor i gipio delweddau ar gyfer Calendr y Bwrdd Croeso ’07.

Y byd yn mynd ben i waered.
Ennill y Wobr Ffotograffiaeth ‘Artist y Flwyddyn Cymru 2010′.

Rwan ….yn arddangos casgliad o brintiau ffotograffig, creu delweddau ar gyfer llyfrgelloedd lluniau, cylchgronnau, cwmnïau cyhoeddi a chomisiynau gan unigolion, elusennau a busnesau.

Dal ddim yn ffit.


Bought first ‘proper’ camera (instead of a dog) 7 yrs ago, to get fit.

Self tought.

Won a Daily Telegraph competition 6 months later and a trip to Singapore to capture images for their Tourist Board Calendar ’07.

World turned upside down.

Winner of the Photography Award at the ‘Welsh Artist of the Year 2010’.

Now …exhibit a collection of photographic prints, create images for picture libraries, magazines, publishing houses and commissions from individuals, charities and businesses.

Still unfit.

Llinos Lanini 
– ffotograffydd/photographer

Website: www.llinoslanini.com
Twitter: @llinoslanini
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/llinos.lanini

Welcome to Aquilino Moreno

StreetSeen continues to grow, and we are very pleased to announce the arrival of our seventh member – Aquilino Moreno.

Aquilino lives in Chester (which is nearly in north Wales!) His portfolio includes street photography, but encompasses other work, including landscapes, townscapes, commercial portraiture & weddings.

Aquilino’s full biography will be added very soon, but you can view his work in the meantime at his web site.

Welcome to StreetSeen, Aquilino!

Inside Looking Out

About StreetSeen

Welcome to the web site of StreetSeen, a new collective of photographers based in North Wales, UK, formed in January 2013, who love the photographic opportunities provided by the urban and suburban environments.

StreetSeen is a purposely small group, currently with eight members. There are no egos at work here; we are not competitive or precious about what we do. We simply present it here to allow you, the viewer, to judge and hopefully enjoy it for yourself, on your own terms. And, dedicated as we are to the art of street photography, we will feature articles on, and links to, the work of other street photographers that we admire, and that we think deserves wider exposure.

Each member photographer has their own space on the site to present their own work and their thoughts, via their own galleries and blog-space. It’s presented with complete openness and humility. Feel free to comment and criticise – that’s how we’ll learn and improve – but please be constructive with any criticism that you leave. We look forward to hearing from you.

We aim to expand on the beginnings that this web site represents with projects, exhibitions, publications and more.