My memories from beautiful Croatia.
A lot of sun, flavours, tastes, colours…
This book can be your book guide for Istria.
Rosanna Castrini (Winner in „The Beauty of Plants”) about her photo:
„A corner of sublime ‚prairie’ in my garden, inspired by contemporary horticultural theories and the practice of ‚prairie-planting’ gardens. At the beginning of 2013 I decided to redmake a narrow flowerbed next to the house, sowing the plants required. I like informal, flowing effects and I chose fast-growing plants: Ammi majus, Hordeum jubatum, and Echinacea purpurea ‚Magnus’. Then I documented with photography the evolution of this flowerbed. I was inspired by the soft flow of energy offered by Hordeum jubatum.”
Judge about photo:
„We all love single plant portraits – but it is much more difficult to make a successful picture of many plants together in association. To me, this picture is as close to perfection as you can get.
I love the contrasting shapes and textures of the three types of flower. All the plants are in perfect condition. The photographer has recognised a very skilful piece of planting and has made a straightforward rendering of it, in lovely light and with no tricks.”
From November 19, 2013 to April 6, 2014, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain will present América Latina 1960-2013, coproduced with the Museo Amparo in Puebla (Mexico). The exhibition will offer a new perspective on Latin American photography from 1960 to today, focusing on the relationship between text and the photographic image.
Bringing together more than seventy artists from eleven different countries, it reveals the great diversity of photographic practices by presenting the work of documentary photographers as well as that of contemporary artists who appropriate the medium in different ways.
This unique presentation will provide the visitor with the opportunity to delve into the history of the region and to rediscover the works of major artists rarely exhibited in Europe.
„The Landscape Photography Workshop” by Ross Hoddinott & Mark Bauer is a great book guide for artist and amatours of photography. Ross Hoddinott is an award-winning, professional outdoor photographer and writer. Based in the southwest of England, Ross is one of the countrys leading natural history and landscape photographers. His intimate, striking imagery is widely published, and he will be familiar to readers of many photographic and wildlife publications, including Outdoor Photography, Digital SLR Photography and BBC Wildlife. Ross has authored or co-authored five other books on photographic technique, including Digital Exposure Handbook, The Wildlife Photography Workshop and Digital Macro Photography. Mark Bauer is a professional landscape photographer specializing in atmospheric images of Dorset and the New Forest. He is a regular contributor to the UK photographic press with his dramatic images appearing in numerous national and county publications, in particular Digital SLR Photography magazine, on book covers, cards and calendars. Marks first book, Romantic Dorset was published in April 2008. Together, they run Dawn 2 Dusk Photography offering a range of landscape photography workshops in south-west England. They work in partnership to offer friendly, practical advice and on-hand experience.
Designer Tim Sklyarov wanted to combine his love for photography than his preferred mode of transport : the bicycle. The result gives us images of an unusual ride in New York, offering a unique view of the city. Images to discover later in the article.
About project here.
Octavio Aburto is professional photographer associated at the International League of Conservation Photographers, a Research Scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), and the 2010 recipient of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Kathryn Fuller Science for Nature Fund Fellowship. Octavio has photographed marine ecosystems in Mexican coastal waters since 1994. His photographs have been used to illustrate outreach publications about the conservation of marine habitats, Marine Protected Areas, and commercially important species and their fisheries.
Barbara Cole is a self-taught photographer and digital artist. After dropping out of high school she worked for a while as a model until she was offered the job of fashion editor for a then-fledgling Toronto Sun daily newspaper, with an opportunity to shoot the weekly fashion spreads.
During this job she developed her skills enough to open her own photographic studio. In the decades to follow she has directed TV commercials and worked for advertising clients as well as producing her own work.
Cole has always tried to remain true to her vision carefully follow an inner voice. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and collected privately and publicly.