Selection of February 2023: The three fishermen by Brigitte Bourger
Having the vision of the message that we want to convey to the viewer is a challenge for the photographer; giving him the opportunity to put himself in his place, to feel the same emotions is the ultimate goal. And this is what makes the difference between the photographs. I am particularly attached to the intention and to the freedom of interpretation which then gives all its meaning to the final result. read more.
Selection of January 2023: Watermountain by Julia Redl
The rocks plunged steeply up to 220 m into the depth. Because of the strong wind, it was almost impossible to get to the edge of the cliff, and I could only see the birds as small black dots through the telephoto lens. While lying down and looking into the depth, I then noticed the white crests of the waves running out on the black beach. At that moment I also had my subject... read more.
Selection of December 2022: Feathers Land by Nicole Barge
Coming back from a sugar shack in late winter 2016, the road, at the top of a steep coast, revealed a hilly landscape covered with mixed forest. The dark arrows of the softwood trees... read more.
Selection of November 2022: Summer time by David Ilkovic
I'm a believer in the theory that a well-taken photo is just a good foundation. It is post-processing that will make it possible to tighten the photo in such a way that it can convey to the viewer the mood and feelings that I felt and experienced while taking the given photo... read more.
Selection of October 2022: Poetry of Silence by Roland Blum
The Namib Desert is often referred to as the world’s oldest desert. It has been in existence for 43 million years, remaining unchanged in its present form for the last 2 million years. Its name is derived from the Nama language, implying “an area where there is nothing.”... read more.