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Sirens: Extraordinary Seas in Calm Photographs[1] Photographer: Rachael Talibart (UK)
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Description Rachael Talibart is a former solicitor turned professional fine art photographer based in England. Her inspiration comes from a childhood spent at sea and fascination for the ocean in all its forms. For photographer herself, nothing beats a day on an empty shore, the wilder the weather the better, and this is reflected in her work, including her best-known portfolio “Sirens” that critically acclaimed photographs of stormy seas.

Rachael Talibart also has exhibited in major London galleries, Barcelona and New York and her limited edition prints appear in private collections in the UK and USA. A writer, public speaker and co-founder of f11 Workshops, she was described as one of “the best outdoor photographers working in the UK today” by Outdoor Photography Magazine, June 2016.


More information at rachaeltalibart.com



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EXIF Date Time: 2016:03:22 12:38:00
Camera: Canon EOS 5DS R
Aperture F Number: f/13.0
Exposure Time: 30s
Focal Length: 200mm
ISO: 100

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