Selection of January 2024: Shakingtree © by Julia Redl

Shakingtree by Julia Redl

While looking at the rushing river in the gorge, I noticed the small branch, which surprisingly had not been swept away by the current. It is typical of my photography that my compositions are very intuitive. I catch sight of something and then I try to arrange an image from it... read more.

An interview with Antonio Fernandez by Beata Moore

Antonio Fernandez is a Spanish photographer based in mid-west Spain. He is passionate about nature and landscapes. In his photography, Antonio is constantly searching for the purest essence of nature. His intimate vision of the landscape and personal interpretation of nature gained him many international awards and commendations, to mention just a few: Natural Landscape Photography Award, Montphoto Photo Contest, Big Picture, Imaginature – Festival Fotografia de Paisage, Premio Internacional Fotografía “Santiago Castelo”, Montier Festival Photo, BioPhotoContest, World Landscape Photographer. You can see more of his work on his website: read more.

Selection of December 2023: untitled by Fred Bucheton

by Fred Bucheton

My first intent was to transcribe the subtle palette of tones covered by the trees during this season. The light fog of this humid day reduced the contrast of the image, thus contributing to a certain softness in the rendering. Although the colors of the trees were pleasant, I wanted to highlight the diversity of shapes of this forest seen from above by... read more.

Selection of November 2023: Below the peaks of Patagonia by Peter Svoboda

Below the peaks of Patagonia by Peter Svoboda

I have decided to take this image as a single long exposure shot using an ND filter. I was so lucky to see the great light illuminating just the Cuernos Towers. In this short-lasting moment, the clouds passing behind and over the towers were not illuminated by the sun, which created a special mood, hand in hand with LE motion blur in the sky, as well as in the water. The forest of dead trees behind the river Serrano was full of interesting trunks... read more.

Talk #14: In The Shadow Of by Beata Moore

Often, I am asked why most landscape photographers are men, not women. There is no doubt that landscape photography (whether on an amateur or professional level) is male-heavy. As a female photographer and a person who has been involved in helping women photographers build a stronger presence in the photographic industry, I have identified multiple factors at play. read more.