Selection of July 2019: Mist by Fernando Piçarra
With this photo, Fernando shows how powerful an image may look when based on a series of layers. 7 horizontal layers can be seen which is quite rare. Both small and discrete trees are very welcome as they add a vertical element that enforces the composition. read more.
Selection of June 2019: White Walk by Szabo Zsolt Andras
A delicate view of a Roman forest with a subtle and delicate tones. The way the foreground contrasts with the rest of the trees is very well done. read more.
Selection of Mai 2019: Ode to Melancholy by Fred Bucheton
A magic feature of that image comes from the white and brown colors at the same time. It irresistibly evokes the passage of the time, where the white stands for the old-age, that little by little takes precedence over the elements. Very well seen and very well done beyond the obvious aesthetic of the image. read more.
Selection of Avril 2019: Ocean by Romain Tornay
There are very few images that show the power of the Ocean as much as this one. The light, the shapes and the perspective together worked magnificently. A unique capture. read more.
An Interview with Chris Davis by Beata Moore
Chris Davis is a professional image maker utilising CGI and retouching in the advertising industry for the past 15 years; he came into photography only recently. Since 2012, it has become an almost fulltime pursuit spending many hours out in the field practising his craft. His images have been shortlisted in a few competitions, had a few honorable mentions and made it into a few books: Epson Pano Awards 2018 - Bronze Award, Take-a-View Landscape Photographer of the year 2018 - 2 Commendations & awards book, PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris 2018 - Silver Award, Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2017 – shortlisted and book, Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2016 – shortlisted and book; International Photographer of the year 2016 - Honourable Mention, Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 and many more. read more.