About Madeleine Maria Weber

  

"I am fascinated and deeply touched by nature. Nature is my best friend and my home. I dedicate my life to the beauty, harmony and peace of it. I am an observer of the ever-changing relationships between light, shapes and movements… those endless circles of enfolding and overlapping. Photography, design and art are my ways to express and collect those aesthetic moments and to bring it into a form with my carefully selected Giclée Fine Art Collections which you and everybody can enjoy.

  

* Madeleine Calaido Weber * - calaido.com - View my recent photos on Flickriver

 

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  • JoinedJune 2008
  • OccupationPhotographer & Graphic Designer
  • Current cityCounty Kerry
  • CountryIreland

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The ability to observe and record the ever-changing light that paints the Irish landscape is rarely captured with a seemingly effortless skill than is accomplished in the work of Madeline Calaido. Her images record the effects of light in those brief and unpredictable magical moments, when most of us are looking the ot… Read more

The ability to observe and record the ever-changing light that paints the Irish landscape is rarely captured with a seemingly effortless skill than is accomplished in the work of Madeline Calaido. Her images record the effects of light in those brief and unpredictable magical moments, when most of us are looking the other way! I am grateful of Madeline's ever-watchful eye. These images are worthy of great praise and are a visual testimony to the beauty of our small Island. Her accomplished and understated post-processing skilfully and harmoniously weaves colour and textures like poetry. This work is deserving of a greater audience and I anticipate it will be reproduced and emulated manifold in the future. Madeline, my gratitude and admiration. T

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January 13, 2010

CALAIDO HAS A SUPER PHOTOSTREAM EACH LANDSCAPE HAS CAUGHT THE THE FOREVER CHANGING SUN AND CLOULD THAT MAKES IRELAND A PHOTOGRAPHER DREAM WELL DONE

February 7, 2009