Photographer Mikko Lagerstedt first taught himself to use a camera in 2008 and has since fallen in love with the medium, having captured hundreds of dreamlike photographs of the Finnish landscape. He has since been bitten by the photography bug, finding a passion for shooting the breathtaking Finnish landscapes. Lagerstedt has taken dozens of images in his surreal style of the spectacular geography he calls home. This latest body of work is a reprise of his much-viewed Edge, which was an eerily lovely collection of photographs. You can follow Mikko’s photography on his blog, via Facebook and on Behance and prints are available on RedBubble.
Mikko about himself:
I’m a Fine Art Photographer from Kerava, Finland. I was born in November 1982 in a small town in Finland. My photography journey started in December 2008 and I fell in love with it straight away. I’m a self-taught photographer. I have always been interested in drawings, paintings and photography – finally when photography found me, I knew it was my vision.
I love to create visually and emotionally interesting photographs and my goal is to capture the feeling I had when I took the photograph. I love to view the world from different perspectives.