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It’s cold, dark and beautiful: winter photography by Mikko Lagerstedt
Yes, winter is coming, for sure! This year, they are telling that it’s going to be one of the coldest winters! Pff.. they tell that each year, don’t they? In relation to this, I found beautiful and freezing (in the pictures, of course) photography by Mikko Lagerstedt, with whose artworks, I think we all are familiar already.
Greenland reflection by Michael Quinn
Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
Janek Sedlar is 26 years old self thought landscape fine art photographer with surreal twist, he is also a passionate wanderer with based in Czech republic. Seriously taking the photography since 2011. He focused on landscapes in his homeland, especially area of protected natural reservation White Carpathians. He says: “Being in these woods and meadows is a return to childhood, it regains my life energy and i am trying to share these moments with my camera, the process itself is like a meditation for me.”
Black and White landscapes by Xavier Rey
Xavier shoots glorious landscapes in Black and White: cities, seas, coasts and more… ”My photographic approach is something instinctive, as an impulse that prompts me to press the trigger at a specific time to pick a place, atmosphere, people … I love photographing in the moment, discover a place and I try to appropriate it. “
Even on sunny days, a rarity in Manchester, England, photographer, digital artist and film-maker Andrew Brooks spends hours in a darkened studio striving to show us the bigger picture. Weeks, months, sometimes years pass by as he re-touches picture after picture, to create the perfect moment for us, the viewer, to fall headlong into. In recent years his vision has flourished and evolved into large panoramic scenes of nature and forensically detailed cityscapes. This gives his work a timeless and fantastical appeal capturing the imagination of the public and landing high-profile international projects such as the Hidden City Series and commissions by the BBC. In his work with the Hidden projects he explores the unseen sides of cities to create images that make citizens, city planners, councils, captains of industry and magazine editors see their home with fresh eyes. Brooks’s latest work with the BBC investigates the power and awe in nature. His early experiences growing up in the Fens countryside established the foundation of this view and he cites artists from the Romantic era as re-igniting this lifelong passion.
Golden Gate by Ali Ertürk
Ali has been photographing architecture, landscapes and cities since 2006. Now he is using HDR technique less and less, however it was one of his favorite styles before. Golden Gate, the bridge in the San Francisko, seems to be one of Ali’s most best objects that he loves to shoot.
Silhouettes in Felicia’s Simion photography
Felicia Simion is a young and talented photographer in whose portfolio you will be able to find numerous gorgeous portraits, landscape shots and plays with a photo-coloring. To present this artists to you for the very first time, I have chosen several interesting photographs that combines the color and silhouettes. Mysterious, dark and joyful - it seems that Felicia putted together in one place all these effects.
65 Chevy by Toby Harriman
Photographer tells a funny and interesting story about this project: "Griffin is an awesome local photographer, who shoots a ton around the Bay Area and now Tahoe. Our paths never seemed to cross while out chasing sunsets and foggy evenings. I am sure there were many times though, where we were only a few hundred yards away from each other, shooting the same thing. Only to find to later when we both post similar shots online! A few weeks ago we were talking online and decided to finally meet up for sunset up on Mount Tamalpais State Park. I knew from facebook he had this beautiful Chevrolet truck, so I asked him to bring it if possible. Been itching to shoot this shoot a truck and scene like this for a while. I had no idea he had an American Bulldog though and when we got up there he put his dog, Moose in the back. These are situation photographers get really excited for, well at least I do. So enjoy the series and thanks Griffin!"
Wrecked world by Tomasz Zaczeniuk
Born in 1978, photography for Tomasz Zaczeniuk now is every way of living. He is interested in creating parallel reality with help of photomanipulation and music.
Silhouettes in the dark beach by Linus Lohoff
Silhouettes show things from the beach at the beach in the lamplight which make them almost look like sculptures or installations. This light gives them importance and beauty even if they are just small buildings of human creature.
Northern Light by Tomasz Zaczeniuk
Born in 1978, now beeing on the way to make photography theway of living in every aspect. Interested in creating parallel reality with help of photomanipulation and music. Hope you will like it… Two most powerful things affecting our senses are: image and sound. For me it’s a harmonious whole. Every vision has a music background, song that I was listening to all the time I was creating image. It’s strange but I can not think about the image without music. It’s impossible. Everything around us is changing. All we have, are our memories and dreams. It’s important, to make them special and unique.
Alpes 2010 by Emmanuel Correia
If you look into Emmanuel Correia’s portfolio, you probably see a lot of different, creative and interesting black and white photography’s compositions. Landscapes in Emmanuel’s works always looks aesthetic and yet, detailed.
Cracow by night: project by Przemyslaw Krystaszek
Dark winter nights are coming soon. It’s already getting darker and darker in Europe… Fortunately, artist Przemyslaw Krystaszek, who is based in Poland, Cracow, can see a beauty in dark hours.
Glorious Photography by Ebo Fraterman