3. June 2011
Holidays are so close, and it’s enough to close my eyes, and all the Mediterranean blue will surround me. Mediterranean countries are a bliss, but still nothing compares to the “forever blue” of the Greek Islands. For the photographers, tens of Greek Islands (be it Corfu, Zakynthos, Mykonos, Rhodes or the splendid Santorini) are just [...]Continue reading...
28. April 2011
Smiles, sorrow, pain, laughter, love – Africa is a rainbow of feelings.
Children playing, children suffering, women vailed, happy women, the medicine man, the tribe, the friends, scars, costumes, strange customs – is all in there, from South Africa to Mali, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Senegal or Ghana, discovered differently by each photographer.
These are the faces of Africa, [...]
5. April 2011
English people have something special – their special humour, their endless tea time, their accent, their own way of approaching things. It can be difficult to recognise an Englishman in the middle of Americans, but it’s not impossible.
I found this Photo Essay on Time.com – “Englishman in New York”, that I really enjoyed. The b&w [...]
6. March 2011
China is much more than a huge overpopulated communist country . When I say China, I have in mind colourful traditions, balance, smiling faces, beautiful women, medicine, skyscrapers, old fishermen and amazing landscapes. A country so diverse and contrasting, it would take you a lifetime and you’ll not cease to discover something new and fascinating [...]Continue reading...
24. February 2011
I’m not pretending to be a real photographer, but I love taking pictures. I also think that photos are nice to be shared. If you find among my photos something useful for your website, blog, or if you simply like a photo and you want it, you can download for free. A link back to [...]Continue reading...
14. February 2011
With its contrasting character (the rich and the poor, the science boom and the religion, the mountain and the sea), India is a continuous fascination. A muse for cinematography (with the recent “Eat.Pray.Love” and “Slumdog Millionaire”), a place where people come to find their selves, this country is also an inspiration paradise for photographers, fascinated [...]Continue reading...
10. January 2011
Ulaanbaatar is the largest city in Mongolia, hosting most of the non-nomadic population (about half of Mongolian population is nomadic). It’s also home for tens of buddhist temples. This photo presents a huge golden Buddha at Gandan Monastery.
Photograph by Ted Wood, Getty Images
Photo credit National Geographic
29. December 2010
Celebrations are often marked with fireworks, and for the greatest celebration of them all – The New Year’s Eve, everywhere in the world the fireworks spectacle overcomes our imagination.
If you want to capture the amazing fireworks spectacle on camera, you have to use low ISO, the manual mode, a tripod, and don’t forget to set [...]
16. December 2010
Ladislav Kamarad is apparently the only photographer working with Hasselblad, a medium format photographic equipment in the elevation over 8000 m above the sea level . Since 1992, all his pictures were captured by the classic medium-format cameras for 120 or 220 roll film. Though his photographs are taken in extreme conditions, Ladislav Kamarad still [...]Continue reading...
9. December 2010
If you ask me, I will answer without hesitation that I prefer the sea to the mountain. But some people just can’t decide. Maybe it was for them that nature created these blissful mountain to sea landscapes. A heaven for photographers and travellers, mountain to seascapes pictures never cease to amaze, be it dreamy Santorini, [...]Continue reading...