Featured Photographers

Digitalab Featured Photographer: Simone Rudolphi

15th November 2013 by Alex Ingram

At Digitalab, we appreciate the power of photography, whether it’s personal or professional. We asked Simone Rudolphi for one of her images and posed a couple of questions to find out exactly what it is she loves about photography and what she’d say to any enthusiastic photographer hoping to make a career out of their passion.


Tell us a bit about this image and why you chose it to be featured.

The image I have chosen is my favourite shot of the year.  I like the idea of a photo encapsulating the past, the present and the future and I feel Cellist’s Curtain Bow certainly does: it hints at the performance just finished, the current moment of gratitude and appreciation from both the artist and the audience and the possibility of more music.

Which styles of photography most interest/inspire you?

At the moment, I am still learning and the best way to do that is to be open-minded, however, I love photographing people and particularly black & white photography.

What one piece of advice would you give to an aspiring photographer?

As for advice… since I am still an aspiring photographer myself, I would be grateful for advice rather than giving any. Although the two best bits of advice I received over the last 15 months are as follows:

1) “JFDI”

2) Assist as many an established photographer as you can and ask questions.

SR Photography