Selection of July 2019: Home of the Quoll by David Gallan
A very rare moment that David successfully caught of this vulnerable and threatened species. Beyond the natural beauty of the scene, such a record was a great challenge as David explained with so much captivating details. read more.
Selection of June 2019: Bison in the Hot Spring Steam by Arnfinn Johansen
An undefined shape, evoking power, that seems to come from other and old ages... Looks like a statut although we guess the moves. A strong capture. read more.
Selection of Mai 2019: ... by Bastien Riu
A superb minimalist composition with fascinating curves that draw our attention to complex calligraphy travelled by a delicate wood ant. read more.
Selection of April 2019: Reindeer On White by George Wheelhouse
We have been enchanted by the subtle tones in this picture that delicately underline the reindeer. The way George explains his composition is in addition full of interest. read more.
An Interview with Chris Davis by Beata Moore
Chris Davis is a professional image maker utilising CGI and retouching in the advertising industry for the past 15 years; he came into photography only recently. Since 2012, it has become an almost fulltime pursuit spending many hours out in the field practising his craft. His images have been shortlisted in a few competitions, had a few honorable mentions and made it into a few books: Epson Pano Awards 2018 - Bronze Award, Take-a-View Landscape Photographer of the year 2018 - 2 Commendations & awards book, PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris 2018 - Silver Award, Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2017 – shortlisted and book, Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2016 – shortlisted and book; International Photographer of the year 2016 - Honourable Mention, Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 and many more. read more.