Ivan Pawluk

Ivan Pawluk



Medicina / Photography Web Personal: http://www.ivanpawluk.com/ Photojournalism: https://ivanpawluk.wordpress.com/ www.promysalud.blogspot.com Facebook Web: www.facebook.com/PawlukIvan Youtube: www.youtube.com/ivanpawluk Twitter: www.twitter.com/ivanpawluk Flickr: www.flickr.com/ipawluk Deviantart: http://ipawluk.deviantart.com/
  • Nikon D7000
  • Minolta x9
  • Nikon D90
  • 50mm 1.8g
  • 35mm 1.8g
  • 80mm 1.8g
  • 18 - 105mm
  • 50mm 1.4


Published April 4th, 2014

Villa Bom Fim in Brazil, young people seek a new future in big cities and goes to live in them.

Today primary school is closed for not completing his quota.

Many call the village elders (they are the parents and their children and grandchildren and they were)


Villa Bom Fim en Brasil, los jóvenes buscan un nuevo futuro en las grandes ciudades y quedándose a vivir en ellas.

Hoy la escuela primaria se encuentra cerrada por no completar su cupo.

Muchos lo llaman el pueblo de los ancianos (quedaron los padres y sus hijos y nietos ya se fueron)

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Vaseline macro

Published April 1st, 2012

I have no macro lens, I have no reflex camera But with a drop of Vaseline on the lens I got these macros

Yo no tengo lentes macros, no tengo camara reflex Pero con una gota de vaselina en la lente logré estos macros

Cámara: NIKON COOLPIX L110 + light bulb + Vaseline

(light bulb + Vaseline) put water in light bulb + a drop of vaseline on the lens and contact between the two!!

Photography: http://www.facebook.com/PawlukIvan

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Hands Surrealist

Published January 21st, 2012

"Hands Surrealist"

is the third in a series of works where I show my particular view of human anatomy from a surreal perspective.

This time I focus on hands, tools needed in the development of humanity in general and carriers of our identity as individuals.

He managed several photographs that arouse emotions through images that appeal to undefined subjectivity of the observers for interpretation to promote active participation between the work and the public.

The work was done with photographs of hands, necessarily black and white, that by a photomontage and other techniques fail to give life to new images.

38 pieces in total

Film / Video:


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