Selection of May 2016: Winter Storm by Thibaut Guérin
A Touch of Cherry Winter Storm by Thibaut Guérin Passionate about mountains and living in a mountain chain with various landscapes, I went out during one of the first winter storms in 2015. This picture was taken in the Vallée de Chaudefour, located in a region called Auvergne, right in the centre of France. The weather conditions were not the best for taking photos - the snow was falling horizontally, so I had to clean the lens between each… read more.
Selection of April 2016: Lu Monferrato by Dino Lupani
A Graphical Emergence, a mystic vision by Dino Lupani Lu Monferrato by Dino Lupani In the small village of Lu Monferrato in Piemonte region, province of Alessandria, north-west of Italy. From the top of a hill I saw the fog to open the valley and discovered this icy landscape. I photographed with Canon Eos 40D, 200 mm focal length (Canon 70-200 F4L) with a Hoya circular polarizer and Cokin GND4 P series, from RAW development without any other postproduction,… read more.
Selection of March 2016: Autumn Symphony by Daniel Paravisini
The Fusion of Gold, Silver and Copper Autumn Symphony by Daniel Paravisini Autumn is probably the season that I am really looking forward to. I go in the hautes Alpes each year like a pilgrimage. My intention is to capture the beautiful colors before the winter comes. It is important to be responsive as the winter may come sooner than expected. I decided to stay 3 days on the spot in order to increase the opportunity of having good conditions. I… read more.
The Selection February 2016 : Nature's Canvas by Francisco Mingorance
The fusion of Art and Nature, An aerial view by Francisco Mingorance ‘‘Natural acidity and hundreds of years of mining have created this canvas - the famous ‘painted river’, the Rio Tinto, in Andalusia, Spain. Mineral ores (especially iron ore) oxidize when they come into contact with the air, staining the water and the land shades of red, orange and brown. Francisco has devoted more than 25 years to photographing the river, walking its length, diving in it, flying over… read more.
Image of December: Cole Thompson
This month Cole Thompson talks about his black and white image " Harbinger No. 1 ", a spectacular image that we have decided to feature. In his refreshing style, Cole explains: "Several summers ago my son Jem and I were taking a road trip through the western states, it was meant to be both a photography trip as well as a father and son trip. We were in Utah and it was about 150 degrees (or so it felt) when I spied these great mud hills off to the north. … read more.