Selection of November 2021: Social Distancing by Fabrice Petruzzi
I was thinking about taking this photo for a long time; I had visited this place a year before, in the summer. I knew that the tree in the middle hill did not give much contrast. read more.
An Interview with Fred Bucheton by Beata Moore
Fred Bucheton is an IT systems engineer living in Paris. In 2009, he started learning photography and its different techniques, the self-taught route. He has been fascinated by the mountains since childhood, and as a result, he developed a strong passion for hiking, and more recently, mountaineering. Fred is passionate about exploring new locations and watching light creating ethereal atmospheres. Over the last few years he has enjoyed travelling to and photographing some breathtaking locations in many countries. More recently, his photographic approach has changed, Fred no longer plans shooting vistas, but is interested in more spiritual, intimate scenes. read more.
Selection of October 2021: The Temple of the Sun by Ovidiu Lazar
The photo was taken in a place very dear to me, in the Dolomites, on the plateau of Piz Boe. It's a place... read more.
Talk # 7 Symmetry in Photography by Beata Moore
As landscape photographers, we are acutely aware of the power of symmetry in our images’ composition. Symmetry is a tool allowing us to add harmony, clarity and balance. Asymmetry (in simple terms, breaking an established pattern) can be just as useful as symmetry... read more.
Selection of September 2021: Life & Death by David Frutos Egea
"As far as this image is concerned, it can be said that it is the result of a very specific context... read more.