Featured Photographer #2 – Natasha Pavlova

Featured Photographer #2 – Natasha Pavlova

Photographer: Natasha Pavlova
Camera & Lens: Canon 550D + 18-55 Canon basic kit lens
Location of Photos: Iguazu Falls, border of Argentina and Brazil

Our second featured photographer, Natasha Pavlova, 32 years old from France.

I am a girl with geography. My parents have been in South Korea for more than a decade, my best friends are scattered across Paris, Vienna, Rome, Dubaï and Ljubljana. Louveteau, with his own collection of passports and geographies, is based in Geneva (according to the legend, at least).

I have left to live my dream and changed five countries of residence over the last nine years (cities geotags sum up to St Petersburg – Helsinki – London – Paris – Fonty – Munich), stayed for two months in Gothenburg, Istanbul, Copenhagen and a small city next to Busan, walked the streets of 39 countries, learnt a lot of from it, flew many times around the world, to finally settle in Paris. And I often think that my life is normal, yes.

At the end of last year I turned thirty two, and more often than not I am happy about it. I have a weakness for educational institutions and, among others, I have studied at LSE in London, Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki and Université Daphine in Paris. In December 2012, I graduated from the best school in the world, INSEAD, and took off to Munich to work for a, well, big tech company. And now I have finally came back to Paris.

Photographs of Natasha Pavlova

Well, those are the shots from the most inspiring trip of 2016 for me: Iguazu Falls, tucked between Argentina and Brazil, are one of the most enchanting places in the world.

Natasha Pavlova Iguazu Falls Iguazu Falls Argentina Waterfalls

I am a strong believer in collecting moments, not things, and there is nothing that captures moments better than photography. Different kinds of moments, really: soft, almost invisible to others, smile of a couple in love; rainbow over the city that suddenly seems new; foreign countries as we fist see them. Personally, I find people to be the most inspiring photo subjects and I do a lot of portrait photography: as a hobby, for people that make up my small world. When I travel, I take pictures of things that capture my attention in a new place. I hurry to picture them before my eye gets used to them and I stop noticing what seemed remarkable just a few moments ago. I then group the best of my collected memories in posts on some of the places I visited, building my personal treasury of happy memories.

Check out more of Natasha’s photographs in her website and follow her on Facebook or Instagram

Are you a photographer too (amateur or pro) and interested to be featured? Please check this post for details.

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Catherine F. December 31, 2016 - 4:55 am

Amazing pics. Your right are right there is something magical about the Iguazu Falls.

The Moment Keepers January 4, 2017 - 11:28 am

agree! Thanks for dropping by Catherine!

Catherine F. December 30, 2016 - 10:58 pm

Why are the submissions only found ? Subs # 2,3 have not been tweeted on your Twitter.

The Moment Keepers December 31, 2016 - 6:59 am

Hi Catherine! Thanks for visiting our blog 🙂 We have scheduled posts across our social media accounts, all features will be published in time 🙂 Happy new year!

A Girl with Geography December 21, 2016 - 8:11 am

Thank you so much for the feature guys! Proud to be part of this initiative, especially along with Alison from the previous post.

The Moment Keepers December 22, 2016 - 8:17 am

Hi Natasha, Thank you for your submission. We really appreciate your time and kind words 🙂 Your photos are superb! Happy holidays and safe travels.


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