Talk #11 Photographs Do Not Lie

We are all familiar with the saying that the picture (or the camera) do not lie, however the camera captures only a moment in time, and at a particular perspective, so in practice, the images tell only a fraction of a story. Take this photo for example, it shows this idyllic location, exactly how I remember it, or should I say, how I want to remember it - mysterious, impenetrable and peaceful. What you cannot see however, is that directly behind... read more.

Selection of September 2022: Witch's Finger #1 by Huibo Hou

Witch's Finger #1 by Huibo Hou

I love this photo because it truly showcased nature’s raw beauty when everything fell into place, and black and white worked beautifully for this image. The composition is pretty... read more.

An Interview with Marian Kuric by Beata Moore

Eystrahorn by Marián Kuric

Marian Kuric was born in Slovakia in a small town of Lučenec. He is a member of the European Federation of Photographers as well as a member of the Association of Professional Photographers of the Slovak Republic. He focuses on fine art landscape photography. Marian also leads landscape workshops and is an ambassador of fstop gear and VFFFOTO. He has been awarded: the gold award in The Epson International Pano Awards 2020, the gold winner in Nature/Earth category of PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris, and an honourable mention in International Photography Awards 2021, to mention a few. He is very grateful for his family support of his passion for photography, as none of the above would have been possible without his family understanding. read more.

Selection of August 2022: Lines by Marian Kuric

Lines by Marián Kuric

I was interested in the nice roots in the foreground, which formed the letter V at the bottom of the picture. That V opened up space for the mountain in the background... read more.

Selection of July 2022: ELURRETAN DANTZAN (BAILANDO EN LA NIEVE) by Iker Aizkorbe


I approached the trees thinking that from this position I would get the photo I had imagined in my head. I was wrong though,... read more.