Tina Signesdottir Hult.
Born 1982 in Haugesund, Norway.
Tina is an international recognized Art photographer, with many awards and honors behind her. Since 2018 she holds the title Hasselblad Master. She specializes in fine art, portraits and conceptual themes.
Over the past years, she has developed a lot, both as a photographer and as a human being. Her direction as an art photographer is something that has grown gradually, in her own development. although She takes refuge in a realm where nothing around her exists. Nothing, but the artistic world. When she makes art time and places vanishes.
Tina is self-taught, driven by a great passion. Shooting she is 100 percent present in the moment. The most important thing is to express herself , communicate and create emotions. She never uses a flash, only natural lightening, it provides a sensitivity and a feel you don’t get with artificial lighting. A good photograph must also come from inside. The connection and interaction she has with the people she photographs is very important.
Signesdottir Hult says Photographing people is more psychological than technical. If you have no passion in your heart and you can’t see the motives, no expensive technology or equipment can help you. Photography has nothing to do with owning the best equipment, but with what you see, what you feel, and what you are able to express. Your eyes and your imagination are the best tools you’ll ever have.
Her photographs mirrors the expressive and beautiful. But also fragility. As a nerve underlying the motive. She holds a certain ability to give her photographs soul. To her, photographing is about seeing – not only with the eyes but also with her heart. This is when the real stories reveals. She can’t explain why her photos are as they are: dark, expressive, full of emotion. Tina think it has to do with the grandeur of what seems so clear, with everything seen and experienced, which imprint itself within us as small images: a rich inner landscape.