This is a sophisticated, absorbing and poetic work of photographic art. The child’s firm earth must be left someday to go on with life. The series explores the mother and daughter relationship; it is about the physical and the emotional distance that increases as the child grows and gains independence. It is about the feeling of immense pride and also great pain.
“If you look for perfect photos, do not follow me. You will not find it here. For me photography is more than technique, beauty or aesthetics that surrounds it. It has the wonderful power to provoke emotion, and that’s what I want with my imperfect photos.”
Art is eternal. Avant-garde is immortal. It pushes the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. Today we welcome the visual art of Claudio Parantela who transports viewers to his eclectic personal world of psychological grotesque and unreal human experiences.
Two photographers — Carla DLM from New York City and Loïc Remy from Paris, have joined efforts in an ongoing collaboration.
It is obvious that such excellent pictures couldn’t have been taken without travelling the world. Clara says that she started taking photos only six years ago.
“I would love to share my passion and love for dogs through my photography. I want to show what’s best in each dog, I want to catch their souls. When I take pictures of homeless dogs, I want to help them find new loving homes.”
“Long long time ago I wanted to be a fine art painter, but it was impossible because of circumstances. Later on, when my spare time became more available, I decided to chose something else but very similar. It was photography. I love street moments, human destinies and I also love using photoshop for photo editing, if some images need it.”
Mel Brackstone loves to produce surreal nudes and portraits that are both sensitive and dreamy. She has a hand made lens that gives quite unusual blur, vignetting, and texture to the images directly from the camera.
Why photography became so popular? Because it is nowdays the most communicable medium with great ability to report and entertain. People love looking at beautiful images. People love to feel good.
“It seems like the world is your oyster when you have a love and passion for taking and creating photos and the opportunities are wonderful and endless”.
I see myself not as a photojournalist or “hunter of unique moments”, but as a designer of subtle and exciting realities.
“I am a painter and photographer. Painting gives a lot of energy, but it doesn’t allows you to catch the moment. This is one of the main factor that lead me to the conclusion that I could not be a painter only.”
The author calls them “negation of conventional reality” and You could not agree more. We are contemplating here the new worlds and altered realities in its most powerful form – visual one.
On the beginning there was a desert. Then courageous men arrived to build the cities of light among the golden desert dunes. They called the city Dubai once. Today Rob Work is documenting its splendor and greed of light.
There is something very inspiring and invigorating about creative photography. Its most important attribute is imagination.
On the begining it was street photography and street portraits, because living in a city like Rome, it is a natural choice.
The images he searches and captures, are full of raw beauty and documentary style truth.
It seems that His favourite and the most difficult animal photography subjects are birds — very hard to find, spot and come close enough to capture a vivid picture in a fraction of a second.
You can get a feeling that this is not photography but painting in the style of the great Flemish painters of the sixteenth century.