Essential Truths by Rolland András Flinta


Taking photographs for me means thousands of thoughts running through my mind; means escaping the real world and diving into another world. For me a good portrait is an image that conveys essential truths about the subject, which penetrates their character to reach their essence. Being a good technical photographer does matter however is less important than being empathetic and identifying with the person in front of the lens… The complexity and the effort of analogue photography is much higher and the results are more worthwhile. Where art meets science – the variables including film type, exposure; time and the chemical development combine. The excitement and anticipation in the resultant photograph never the same sometimes not even similar. All this makes the photograph as much as the model, who has to sit still for so long, fascinating and compelling. Rolland András Flinta


Memorable Moments by Weerapong Chaipuck

2048_6Edit: I’ not the author of these pictures, I just own this blog. If you want to see more pictures, or get in touch with Weerapong Chaipuck, just follow this link.

I have been interested in photography after early retirement from medical profession. As a new task of travel photographer, I experienced a lot of memorable moments from kind-hearted people during my trip. Weerapong Chaipuck

In Love with Street Photography by Edyta Leszczak


Edyta Leszczak (b. 1979 – Warsaw, Poland) | graduate of the University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw – Interior Design | freelance graphic designer | in love with street photography | she shook hand with Joel Meyerowitz during an exhibition in one of the New York art galleries, not knowing that he will become her favourite photographer. Winner of many street photography contests. Visit her website


Looking with X-ray eyes by Arie van’t Riet


As a physicist I specialized in radiation physics. Especially in very low energy X-rays. Some years ago I started to use these experience in X-ray photography. An amazing kind of black and white photography. Looking with X-ray eyes to nature. That’s what I like to experience with my X-ray camera. I prefer X-ray objects of ordinary scenes like a butterfly nearby a flower, a fish in the ocean, a mouse in the field, a haron along the riverside, a bird in a tree and so on. Each time it is challenging me to arrive at an X-ray photograph that represents the sentiment of the scene, do raise questions and excite curiosity.  Arie van’t Riet


Water Drops by Markus Reugels


I have a passion to taking pictures of Water drops. It so fascinating what shapes simple water drops can built ! The Human eye are to slow to see them without help. With the Highspeed Photography its possible to freeze these Magic Moments in an Single Picture. Markus Reugels