The Grand & Prestigious Photographers of 2013 featured with 121clicks

Text from “Over the last year, We as a small team in 121clicks admit to the fact that we had been privileged and had been grateful to feature some of the big names in Arts & Photography across the globe. We feel humbled to the fact that there are numerous readers and aspiring photographers who draw immense inspiration and words of guidance from these talented pool of photographers from In the future, we do intent to bring a lot of talented photographers from various genres of arts and photography to be a part of our photographers family in Thereby leaving their gracious signatures & prestigious works on our photography blog. We take this opportunit

7 sharp-eyed architectural photographers featured in

Honored for the selection by ‘7 sharp-eyed architectural photographers’ Text from “More often than not it tends to be the work of the architectural photographers that shapes our view and opinions of a building. It lies on them to fill us with impressions and emotions and to animate the inanimate through the sheer power of their images. For the latter part of the 20th century, it was the prerogative of the architectural photographer to illustrate the intentions of the architect. Now, however, it seems that the days where the architectural photographer has complete control of the way in whic

‘Points of view’ exhibition and fundraising in Rome Italy

The La risposta di Laura e Allegra association is organizing for the 2nd year the exhibition ‘Points of View’ on December 9th in Rome at the Spazio Cerere gallery. More than 40 photographers have donated images to raise funds for the Bambino Gesu hematological pediatric cancer ward. Organizer Marta Piazza selected 6 of my images for this cause. If you are in Rome during that time, do visit and contribute if you can, or share it with your friends and social media. For more info visit: My thanks to Emanuele Cucuzza of EdiFore publishing for the invitation. Image from Spazio Cerere g

‘Eye see the story’ exhibition in Thessaloniki Greece

The Blind Pilots Project presented the exhibition ‘Eye see the story’ in Thessaloniki, Greece on the 22nd of November with 80 international award winning photographers from Greece, USA, Romania, France, Sweden, Australia, Germany, Japan, Italy, Norway, Britain, Bulgaria, India. I participated with an image from the ‘Doha Icons’ series. This photographic project was done in October/November 2013 and covered the recent construction developments in the capital of Qatar. The vision of the country for the next decades comprises on a gradual decrease of their dependence on gas and petrol through an investment in the economy of knowledge (international universities, information technology businesse

Marina & Morón on

Our latest featured interview with fine art photography duet Jesús Marina Barba and Elena Morón Serna is online on _Marina_Morón is the name of the creative collaboration between Jesús Marina Barba, professor at Granada University, and Elena Morón Serna, architect and researcher. Their work explores tangible connections between the image and architectonic space with an emphasis on the experiencial qualities of colour and the Japanese concept of 'Ma'. They have written the books 'Sintagmas cromáticos', 'A_chroma', and 'Tras el muro blanco' and their work has been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Distinctions include international architecture and artistic awards.

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