For some people, photography is a hobby. For others, it is their profession. And for a few, it is their life. In 2015, in cooperation with FotoCh and National Geographic, we organized a photo expedition to the most beautiful places in our country.
This journey welcomed members of FotoCh, a Children and Youth Rehabilitation Center for Visual Arts and a charitable organization that helps pupils of orphanages and children with disabilities to master the skills of photography.
The expedition was led by Andrey Kamenev. During this unforgettable journey, the famous chief photographer from National Geographic demonstrated for the children many fascinating photographic techniques and talked about his profession.
Expedition participants visited the Caucasus Mountains, at the shores of Lake Baikal, and unexplored places that sometimes cannot be accessed at all, even by off-road vehicles. But most importantly, they proved that there are no people with limited abilities; there are only people with unlimited talents.