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Photobird interviews Spanish Photographer Torcida
Mark Peters : September 7th 2004 - 02:10 CETupdated
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PhotobirdPhotobird.com, the easy way to share your photos around the world, today announced the immediate availability of its interview with international award-winning Spanish photographer Rafa Torcida. In this revealing interview, Rafa Torcida shares some insight into the tools he uses, his photography methods and prcosesses, and his variety of inspirations that enable him to create beautiful photographs. This interview with Rafa Torcida is available for free to everyone visiting Photobird.com and is published in the Photobird Learning Center at www.photobird.com. More details and a free trial to Photobird.com for sharing digital photos is available at www.photobird.com.
"I was really amazed when I saw Rafa's photos for the first time. They are some of the most vibrant and inspiring photos I have ever seen. Naturally, I wanted to learn more about Rafa and his techniques. I also wanted to share his ideas with other digital camera users and photographers so they can learn, improve their skills, and simply enjoy Rafa's magnificent work," said Ed Krimen, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Photobird.com. "One of the best ways to improve one's skills in any craft or occupation is to learn more from the experts. I'm very pleased that Rafa was able to take time out of his busy schedule to share his thoughts with Photobird.com so that we can in turn share his expertise with everyone visiting Photobird.com."

Just in time for the 2004 Olympics in Athens Greece, Rafa Torcida's photos of Greece illustrate a perspective of Greece that one is likely not going to see during the 2004 Olympics. Torcida's photos miraculously capture the beauty and essence that makes Greece so popular around the world.

For example, Torcida's photo "St. John Sunset" presents an iridescent blend of the magenta sunset with the unique Grecian blue cast of the surrounding water and architecture. The photo has a very warm, welcoming, comforting, and soothing effect on its viewer.

Just as remarkable, Torcida's photo "Dusk @ Fira" is so clear and lifelike that it makes you feel as if you are currently there in Greece watching the scene in true life as Torcida snaps the shutter. The perfectly exposed contrast between the post-dusk horizon and the bright, colorful, party-going atmosphere on the hillside is a testament to Torcida's impressive photography expertise.

"Photobird.com is a great and easy place to look at photographs. I am going to use Photobird.com to show all of my photos. My friends love using Photobird.com to see my photos and it's very easy for me to maintain my work there," said Rafa Torcida of Madrid, Spain.

The Photobird Learning Center at www.photobird.com/learn provides digital photography how-to articles, product reviews, news, and more, including articles from Michael Reichmann, a professional photographer for over 35 years. The Photobird Learning Center is available for free to everyone visiting Photobird.com. Be sure to sign up for the free Photobird.com newsletter at ww.photobird.com/learn to be notified when new content is published in the Photobird Learning Center. The
Photobird Learning Center can also be accessed by clicking "Learn" in the upper right corner on every page on Photobird.com.

Pricing and availability
The Photobird.com interview with Rafa Torcida announced is available for free to everyone visiting Photobird.com and is published in the Photobird Learning Center at www.photobird.com/learn/rafa.html. To easily share digital photos in simple-to-use online photo albums, Photobird.com offers flexible and convenient monthly and yearly subscription options, available at www.photobird.com/subscribe. Photobird.com is currently offering a 50% discount on yearly subscriptions until August 31, 2004. For about $2 per month, less than the price for storage space for a website that you would need to build yourself, Photobird.com provides the storage space and the unique, professionally-designed website to make it easy to create your own online photo albums.
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