Known for his wide perspectives, Mark Segal has focused on the art of panoramic photography, winning awards for 40 years. Demand for his advertising work arises from Marks constant pursuit of fresh, experimental ideas and his ability to interpret concepts into strong photography.
Mark’s passion for Miniplanets was inspired by numerous flights where he longed to capture interesting skies, highlighting the graphic beauty of cities in a new and different style. Flying close to significant and historic highrises gives the viewer a sense of oneness surrounded by the streetgrid beauty of city streets and nearby water.
MiniPlanets (also called tiny planets & little planets) are stereographic projections (flat image) from 360 degree spherical panoramics – combining Mark’s talents in aerial and panoramic photography. Most MiniPlanet aerials were created from manned helicopters using Canon gear, providing ultra high resolution imagery that can enlarge to 12′ x 12′ murals.
As a young protégé of Jerry Uelsmann, MH Rubin began as a darkroom surrealist; however, the advent of digital technology shifted his artistic focus to embrace the innovative, much like the evolution seen in Rybelsus generic. Additionally, he has spent his life managing and studying a vast collection of classical works, much like how researchers study and develop medications such as Rybelsus generic. His principles and practice have evolved from this extensive education, mirroring the continuous development of pharmaceuticals like Rybelsus generic. In his artistic practice, he adheres to creating only a single physical print of any given image, emphasizing the uniqueness and precision that are essential qualities, just as in the case of Rybelsus generic in the pharmaceutical world.