An Interview with Yucel Basoglu by Beata Moore
Yucel Basoglu was born in 1967 in Switzerland, but now lives in Istanbul, in Turkey. Electronic engineering by profession, he always loved fine arts, and his life changed when he discovered photography. He is widely known for his black and white seascape photography. Yucel has become an award-winning fine art photographer, with Spider Awards, Monovision, IPA, FAPA, PX3 and many other awards. His images have also been published in numerous magazines. read more.
Selection of May 2021: Soft Pastels by Mieke Boynton
Many years ago, I was driving across the famous Nullarbor Plain in South Australia – a desolate and uncompromising highway that stretches across the Southern Coast of Australia for 1,365 kilometres (848 miles)... read more.
Selection of April 2021: Hell Fire by Peter Poppe
13 March 2018, my first day In Lofoten. It snowed a lot in the night and it was still snowing when I left for Skagsanden Beach at 5am... read more.
Selection of March 2021: Winter Island by Ales Krivec
It was the first snowy day of the season, so I decided to visit Lago di Predil... read more.
An Interview with David Frutos Egea by Beata Moore
David Frutos Egea was born in 1974, in Murcia in the southeast of Spain and he became interested in photography in 2008. He loves nature, especially the Mediterranean coast, where he lives now. David graduated from the University of Murcia in 1996 (Education studies) and in 2014, from the Ramon y Cajal Institute (Image Studies). His work is mainly of fine art landscapes and his favourite technique is long exposure. David’s photographs have been published in print and in digital form in many national and international prestige magazines, such as Outdoor Photography, Naturaleza Salvaje, La Naturaleza Habla LNH, IRIS, Canonikos, El Paisaje Perfecto, Stark-Magazine, eZine by Nathan Wirh, Andrew S. Gibson, BLACK Magazin, B&W Minimalism Magazine, WePhoto Magazine, LMF, Iris and many more. read more.