An Interview with Sue Trower by Beata Moore
Sue Trower was born and continues to live in Jersey, part of the Channel Islands off the northern coast of France. She took up photography seriously about 15 years ago with the purchase of her first digital camera. Sue was the official photographer for a number of years for the island Championship rugby side, the Jersey Reds, and still enjoys sports photography including surfing. Now Sue concentrates mainly on fine art seascapes both locally and abroad. In 2012 Sue gained an Associate distinction from the Royal Photographic Society which was followed by gaining an RPS Fellowship in 2017. www.suetrowerphotography.co.uk read more.
Selection of July 2020: Atmosphere... by Bastien Riu
Surreal vision of an ant surrounded by a surreal atmosphere. A great moment of photography. read more.
Selection of June 2020: A l'affut by Thomas Vanderheyden
This picture has enchanted us thanks to the perfect composition, the attitude of the praying mantis ready to spring on its prey, as well as the very well worked background, with its beautiful and subtle colors. read more.
Talk #2 Somewhere Else
In recent years, landscape and nature photography has become very popular, so much so that it started to impact the welfare of our planet. We share our photographs and vision on social media and indirectly encourage people to travel to pristine locations. Natural beauty inspires us all, not only photographers, so it would be naïve to think that if photographers stop taking pictures, the gigantic travel industry would collapse and environmental preservation would bloom. read more.
Selection of May 2020: Rhino Dream by Nathalie Houdin
This picture brings surprise and enchantment. Nathalie once again uses her sense of originality and creativity without leaving aside her aesthetics talent. Just great.’ read more.