David L. Labrie est originaire de Québec et pratique la photographie depuis 2013.
Il travaille dans le domaine maritime, sur des bateaux ce qui lui permet d’avoir des prises de vues remarquables du paysage québécois.
« Du Grand Nord au Grands Lacs, se retrouvent des paysages fabuleux facile à troquer par l’œil de la caméra. Autant en hiver qu’en été, la diversité de la faune et de la flore offre une volupté inimaginable. »
When is a good day to capture an image? Well, there’s no such thing as a bad day. That’s how I approach my photogra- phy. When I’m out and about I’m always on the lookout for perhaps a sudden change in the light, the interplay of light and shade, the curving contours or linear appearance of a scene, maybe a striking combination of colours or of patterns and textures. They’re all out there waiting to be found, to be explored and to be interpreted in a new way. There’s always something to grab ones attention as long as you keep an open mind and an open eye.
For the Top-25 Flickr photos of 2016, we sorted through billions of uploads to arrive at these 25 favorites. They are a small selection of the beautiful corpus here and we think they celebrate some of the best qualities of the people who find their inspiration on Flickr.
Cuando amanece la pasión by Germán Jiménez Gil
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The Lonely Tree by Tom Hall
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Zig Zag by Albert Dros
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Lake Mungo / Mungo National Park by Young Ko
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Work exploring the landscape, capturing the motion of water where it meets the earth.
Utilizing camera movement, combined with the photographic element of time, to create evocative images.
The photographs display a sense of graphic design within a universal theme of harmony and balance.
Jon Kolkin is known for his minimalist style, stripping away all distractions and focusing on the sole of his subject matter. Like many artists before him, Jon has had a love affair with both the arts and the sciences. He was first introduced to photography as a young boy working in his father’s darkroom. He expanded his artistic horizons, becoming a nationally recognized clarinetist who toured Europe with the National Youth Symphony.
These passions, combined with his fascination with the sciences, resulted in Jon’s decision to pursue a major in chemistry at Emory University with a minor in the Arts. After college he received a degree in Medicine and has been a practicing Hand Surgeon for over 29 years. However, he never abandoned his love for the arts, taking photography courses at night while simultaneously completing his residency in Orthopedics. Jon has found novel & unique ways of combining his dual passions. He travels around the world as a medical volunteer while simultaneously working on photographic projects. Jon serves on the faculty of the Maine Media (Photographic) Workshops and is a frequent lecturer on the topic of using photography as a tool for achieving personal growth.
His captivating images have won numerous awards and have drawn the attention of private collectors throughout the United States and abroad. His work is also included in corporate & museum collections as diverse as the Ritz Carlton, the Carter Center for International Peace, Emory University, the Maine Museum of Photographic Art and Bank of America. Jon’s artwork has also been featured in numerous solo & group exhibitions around the country and in prominent photography magazines such as B&W, Color and Camera Arts.
Vassilis Tangoulis is an International Award-Winning Black and White Fine Art photographer based in Greece. Vassilis is mostly known for his Black and White long exposure landscape photography but he also experiments in color and tries to enter this technique to different photographic genres. His photographic vision is better described as capturing the time in a world where “present” is only an infinitesimal part of time, a fleeting illusion dividing almost infinite past and future.
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The Dark side, Black and White, OBLIVION
Fine Art Photographer
Pawel Kucharski | Me and my Passion… Photography – simple word, easy definition. To take a photo – to catch a moment, to memorialize a while. For me, photography is much more. It is an ambiguous concept, with the message.
Once Upon a Time…
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Touch of the Light…
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My photography is my own perception of the world, my own way of feeling the reality. Photography gives me the ability to stop the fleeting moment, to grasp what is impermanent, transient: light, mood, atmosphere. The greatest difficulty, but also an art, is to capture a moment in an attractive and understandable way to others. How to reconcile these two contradictories: show the true image and its interpretation at the same time, on the same picture?
How to wake up someone’s feelings, memories, associations? How to stop the viewer for longer? I’m still learning it, constantly improving my skills. My next works arise more and more consciously. My message is more and more clear, easy perceivable, I hope.