Selection of August 2017: Mulafossur by Wojciech Kruczynski
A TOUCH OF QUIETNESS... Last month we have been especially attracted by this peaceful image taken by Wojciech Kruczynski. A delicate composition and a perfect control of the light restitution in difficult conditions. read more.
An Interview with Patricia Davidson by Beata Moore
Patricia Davidson is an award-winning outdoor photographer, specializing in landscape, commercial assignments and travel photography. She has been living on the Oregon Coast in USA for over 20 years. Currently, she and her husband live nomadically, traveling in their RV throughout the western United States. With a background in the visual arts and web development, she sets out to produce images that express her artistic vision as well as her love of nature and the outdoors. Patricia’s landscapes are as energetic as they are diverse - picturesque mountains, blossoming plants, colorful skylines as well as serene bodies of water. read more.
Selection of July 2017: Twilight of Gods by Isabella Tabacchi
WHEN THE NATURE EXPRESSES POWER... This month we have been especially attracted by this strong image from Isabella Tabacchi. A deep sense of composition, a touch of opportunity and a mastering technics make this photography a piece of art. read more.
An Interview with Alex Noriega by Beata Moore
Alex Noriega is a full time landscape photographer based in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. In his images, he strives forperfect composition, interesting light and technical excellence. Alex is especially interested in the geology of the American desert southwest, the mountain environments as well as the forests. He appreciates both, dramatic and quiet scenes. He won 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year, The Epson International Pano Awards and International Landscape Photographer of the… read more.
Selection of June 2017: River S by Hengki Koentjoro
This photograph was taken from a window plane during a business trip to Singapore from Jakarta, Indonesia. As a photographer, I always have my camera ready whenever traveling with an airplane because you never know what you’ll encounter. The perspective of bird eye view is always magnificent and unique especially from 30,000 feet above the ground. It was in the early morning around 11 and the sun was just right in front of me thus creating specular highlight on shiny surfaces like water from the ocean or… read more.