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Christoffer Relander was born in Finland December 1986, and is now based in Raseborg, his home town. He became interested in art already at an early age. When he served the Finnish Marines between 2008-2009 he fell in love with photography.
He told in an interview with The Huffinton Post: "I got a few photography assignments, because I was the closest they could get to a photographer. Photography became part of the last six months of my service, and opened my eyes to it."
Today he has become a successful young fine art photographer with work done for national as well as international clients such as Adobe, Nikon and Oxford university Press. His work has as well been published in several notable publications and websites around the globe. To mention a few LA Times, Oprah.com and Nikon Pro magazine.
Christoffer is most known for his multiple exposures images between man and nature, which he does in camera while shooting with Nikon cameras.
"There are a few photographers out there that also been experimenting with multiple exposures, some of them have, of course, inspired me. But that's mostly the technical part. Sometimes I'm trying to capture a certain feeling - might be from a song I heard, a dream or an artwork I saw. Nature itself gives me a lot of inspiration. When I did my first multiple exposure works in 2010 I didn't really know how it would turn out while I was shooting. Today I can proudly say that I feel comfortable doing multipe exposures."
..."I shoot with a reliable Nikon D700 that has a multiple exposure feature that allows me to combine up to nine images. I use two or three for portraits and up to nine for landscapes. I love shooting with primes - 28 mm, 50 mm and 85 mm that is my favorite one. I usually start with the model then I go for the texture shot."