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8 Top Interviews With Pro Photographers Who Use EIZO Monitors

8 Top Interviews With Pro Photographers Who Use EIZO Monitors - Read our 8 interviews with professional photographers to find out why they choose EIZO.

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EIZO and ePHOTOzine have interviewed a variety of talented and dedicated photographers who specialise in everything from fashion, portrait and music to photographing animals and capturing memorable moments at weddings. Even though the subjects they specialise in differ, they do all have one thing in common and that's the EIZO monitors they use for viewing and editing images. To find out why these 8 pros use EIZO monitors and to learn more about their work and lives as professional photographers, click the below links.


1. Interview With Photographer Tim Flach

British photographer Tim Flach takes animals out of context, placing them in the blank environs of a studio setting and allowing us to see them anew... Flach talked to EIZO about how he shapes his images, and how he hopes they shape the way we think about animals. 

Flying Mop

Photo © Tim Flach


2. Interview With Photographer Karena Perronet-Miller

When she's not shooting high profile commercial work, Karena Perronet-Miller escapes to foreign climes to exercise a more liberated approach to taking her sensual, tactile and colour-soaked imagery... Here she tells EIZO about her inspiration, the ways she works abroad and how she balances the commercial with the personal.

Portrait by Karena Perronet-Miller


© Karena Perronet-Miller



3. Interview With Photographer Fiona Murray

Fiona Murray’s keen eye for colour, texture and shape marks out her photography, so it’s no surprise to find that her career was borne out of a fine art degree at Glasgow School of Art... Here she talks to EIZO about her grounding in fine art photography and how this, alongside her lifelong creative drive, helped cement her identity as a photographer in the commercial world.

Health-Freaks, Dr-Pixie


Photo © Fiona Murray


4. Interview With Photographer Perou

As a fashion, portrait and music photographer at the top of his game, Perou has the kind of career most up-and-comers would give their right arm for, but he's not about to lecture on how to get ahead in photography... Perou travels everywhere and never looks back, here he tells EIZO how he gets the job done.


Group portrait

Photo © Perou



5. Interview With Wedding Photographer Alex Harrison

A passion for photography outside of his day job and a knack for keeping people calm under pressure helped Alex Harrison turn a favour for friends into a full-time wedding photography business... Here he discusses working with clients to get everything perfect on the big day.


© Alex Harrison



6. Interview With Photographer Mark Sherratt

If you’re walking through the streets of London’s Archway and get stopped by a man with an oversized camera fear not, for it’s most probably Mark Sherratt... But where ever he is in the world, the most precious commodity is time, and here he tells EIZO why.


© Mark Sherratt


7. Interview With Photographer Nathan Gallagher

Nathan Gallagher’s career kicked off on the slopes of Vail, Colorado, when photographs of friends snowboarding made it into the press and led to a series of assignments in the worlds iciest climbs. Now based in marginally warmer East London, his work photographing people still takes in a fair share of sporty types, along with portraiture, action and lifestyle shots for an impressive array of clients.

Nathan Gallagher told EIZO about the evolution of his career, and how he takes a very proactive approach to developing projects.

© Nathan Gallagher

© Nathan Gallagher

8. Interview With Burlesque And Boudoir Photographer Tigz Rice

Fantasy is part of everyday life for Tigz Rice since the London-based photographer established herself at the forefront of burlesque and boudoir photography. With Tigz Rice Studios, she not only works with some of the industry’s leading performers around the world to produce elegant imagery dripping with glamour, but also gets out into the wider photography industry with her brand ambassadorial roles. Here Rice tells EIZO about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into her shots and her brand, and why she’s not afraid to share her techniques with the wider photographic community.


Female portrait

©Tigz Rice

For more information on EIZO monitors, visit the EIZO UK website. 

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