Morning Sun – Rügen, Sassnitz © Michael Breitung
Michael Breitung is a landscapes and nature photographer showcasing some of the most beautiful scenes on our planet which will leave you either breathless or at times put you on the edge of your seat. His intimate, striking imagery is published frequently in Landscape Photography Magazine or german KWERFELDEIN, where he is also a regular contributor.
Here is his favourite quote about photography:
“Photography is a human act and therefore subjective, a selective act and therefore interpretive. This makes it possible for photography to be an art, for photographers to achieve a personal style – and for the camera to lie.” Arthur Goldsmith
Katya Pahomova © Jean-Baptiste Fort
Jean-Baptiste FORT is a fashion and beauty photographer who splits his time between Barcelona, Spain and Paris, France. He is an artist who has accumulated experience leadership and business management, and now uses that same skill-set and knowledge to enhance his life and work behind the camera.
After finding success as the founder of Dixia Technologies, a company that specializes in Internet projects for companies across Europe, Jean-Baptiste decided to follow his passion and creativity in photography. So after passing the management of Dixia over to partners, he relocated to Minsk, Belarus and established a small but successful design agency. Today, Jean Baptiste is able to maintain creative oversight of the projects he takes on, stay true to his vision, and live and grow his passion as a photographer. As his impressive portfolio would suggest, Jean Baptiste FORT is an artist with a clear vision and the drive to see that vision realized in his images.
Scituate Light © Ed King
Ed King is a self taught photographer with a desire and drive to continuously raise the bar and try new techniques and concepts in and out of the camera. Although he has had no formal training in photography, the love and appreciation has always been part of him.
A father of 3 and married to his childhood sweetheart, photography and art is a family affair, so much so that even his youngest daughter looks forward to standing along the beach to be the first to enjoy the sunrise with her dad.
“Writing about photography excites him just as much as taking the pictures, I can almost feel the experience of the shoot as I work through my words.” ~Ed King
Old Scow © Nate Parker
Nate Parker is nature and landscape photographer based in Maine. The photographer became obsessed with making visually stunning imagery exploring the opportunities trough black-and-white long exposures and tilt-shift thrown in for good measure. Each one of his sublime and dramatic seascapes evokes the synergy between three elements earth, water and air.
We are glad that we had the privilege to interview Nate, so we invite you to check the interview and the fantastic set of plack and white pictures below.
Rhinoceros © Mario Moreno
Mario Moreno is an award winning wildlife and landscape photographer based in Western Cape, South Africa. The photographer is continuously searching for the perfect moment where everything comes perfectly together: composition, light, timing or emotions trough the magnificent African landscapes, from the great plains of the Serengeti, the floodplains of the Okavango or the harsh lands of the Kalahari to the summit of Kilimanjaro.
Together with Marina Cano, Mario is leading true African Safari experiences, but for more details about this among a exclusive selection of gorgeous wildlife animals photographs, please check below.
Soar. Children of West Papua © Hengki Koentjoro
Hengki Koentjoro was born in March 24, 1963 in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. For him, photography is not just a way of expressing his most inner soul but also creating a window to the world where through his pictures the unseen and the unspoken can be grasped. Driven by the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature, he develops his sense and sensibility through the elements of fine art photography. His freedom of expression is more reflected in the elaboration and exploration of black and white.
We had the fantastic opportunity to find out more about mr. Hengki’s knowledge, ideas, tips and inspiration about photography, completed by some of the most fascinating black and white pictures from his portfolio.
Katharina © Marie Schmidt
Marie Schmidt is a freelance fashion, beauty and portrait photographer based based in Cologne, Germany. Marie entered into the photography world as an assistant for local photographers in the field of advertisement, lifestyle and reportage, in addition to her personal projects. Currently she’s working for different European clients, stating that loves totally what she does.
We had the opportunity to have a exclusive interview with her, so find it below with a impressive selection of gorgeous pictures.
Just Me Dance with Me © Marina Cano
Marina Cano is a award winning landscape and wildlife photographer, based in Cantabria, in the North of Spain. The outstanding photographer, approaches a wide range of subjects such as animal behavior or creative portraits characterized by either compelling and awe-inspiring beauty or strangely but original compositions.
Marina’s comprehensive portfolio has been exposed close to master photographer Steve Bloom, and with the help of world foremost conservation Jane Goodall her brilliant images had become a powerful environmentalism weapon.
Juniper Study, Joshua Tree National Park, California © Michael E. Gordon
Michael E. Gordon is an award-winning fine art landscape photographer concentrating on nature and wilderness impressions and interpretations of the intimate and overlooked visually stunning and beautiful mystic places within state of California.
Michael illustrates the challenges of black and white photography in a unique palette of natural light and outstanding monochrome tonalities by exploring majestic textures and intricate forms. His artistic goals lie not in representing superficial beauty, but rather in portraying his personal communion with the land and the rare but transcendental moments it has shared with the photographer.
7 silos and 3 shacks in a snow covered pasture. © Olivier Du Tre
Olivier Du Tré is a Belgian/Canadian fine art landscape photographer specialized in the beautiful Prairies and Foothills around his hometown and the mighty Rocky Mountains to the West of it. His goal as a photographer is to capture the emotions he goes through when enjoying the vast, silent foothills around his hometown of Cochrane. Subjects often revolve around weather, clouds, loneliness and rhythms Olivier finds in nature. We had the privilege to interview Oliver and to share some of his best artworks, so don’t hesitate to check it out below.