Pavel Kosenko

Colourist photographer. Devoted colour explorer and an author of numerous articles on photography and image processing. An author of “LIFELIKE: A Book on Color in Digital Photography” book (published by Treemedia in 2013, translated on english in 2015). An author and co-developer of Dehancer App, smart live-view camera with auto color correction for iOS. A co-founder of the photoschool and creative laboratory SREDA in Moscow and international photo travellers club Frameway. An organizer and participant of a number of photo tours across Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East and other regions. An author of a very popular Russian blog on photography and travel.

Born in 1974 in a small Russian town Protvino, graduated from Moscow College of Improvising Music as a musician in a jazz ensemble. In 2006 he stopped his activities as a musician and wholly devoted himself to photography. Live in Moscow most of the time.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Павел, Ваш опыт и советы фотографам очень интересные и полезные. Однако они доступны только русскоговорящим (если так можно выразиться) читателям. Это сужает возможности Вашего присутствия в мире фотографии. У Вас очень интересный блог в Живом журнале, но опять-таки с ограниченной аудиторией. Тем не менее, спасибо за интересные и полезные советы. Кстати, есть у меня в контактах фотограф, который собирается в Якутию. Я ему отправил линк на Вашу статью о съемках в экстемальных Якутских условиях. Надеюсь, он с чьей-то помощью переведет и прочтет Ваши советы. Удачи Вам и успехов.

    1. Спасибо на добром слове. Я постепенно стараюсь показывать свое творчество и англоговорящим зрителям тоже. Но я довольно плохо знаю язык, поэтому дело медленно идет.

  2. Takes me back to the 1940s when we turned in our toy lead soldiers & had metal collection every few weeks to be melted down for”The War Effort”.Every one had a job.My mother collected for an Insurance Co,my father worked in the steel mill & older cousins were off to war.

  3. Pavel, This is without a doubt one of the finest collections of color WWII photos that I have EVER seen!. I own hundreds of books on this subject, and I am VERY impressed. Well done!

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