An interesting image of which I can see a red vehicle although I feel it would benefit from a little more focus. It is an action shot and appears a bit blurred for me to view this very clearly. However, the choice of subject fits the brief well, the angle is good and you have captured the moment of speed, its just a little too fast. Perhaps you have a new camera? I’ve just bought one myself and I’m taking some quite similar shots so we are both still learning. A good attempt, do please keep on trying.
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- Runner up, Street Photography Contest, Your Art Gallery, online, 2017
One of earlier digital collages. Source photo was taken with Fuji FinePix S9600, f/2.8, 1/400, ISO 100, 6mm in my hometown, Radovljica, Slovenia. The house just by the town moat is uninhabited but still in good condition, although one would probably pass by without noticing it. Except maybe for the door frame build of tuff stone typical for its use for door and window frames in this area.
The pretty seaside hamlet of Valun, 14km southwest of Cres Town, is secluded at the foot of cliffs and surrounded by pebbly beaches. It’s appeal lies in its tranquillity: its restaurants are rarely crowded, and there’s a refreshing lack of souvenir stalls or touristy tack. … more on The Lonely Planet
- The Mind’s Eye All About Photo Awards juror selection, 2016
Non-conceptual photography, original digital UV print up to 50 x 70 cm.
Halászbástya (Fisherman’s Bastion) in Budapest is one of the top Budapest attractions. The Bastion takes its name from the guild of fishermen that was responsible for defending this stretch of the city walls in the Middle Ages. It is a viewing terrace, with many stairs and walking paths. Here, reflected in the windows of the neighbouring building.
Dear brut carniollus,
We were thrilled to include your work in the digital display at the Louvre on July 13th as part of the Architecture Collection. It was magnificent to see work from photographers representing over 191 different countries displayed together at the most esteemed museum in the world. Thank you for being a part of it!
We are excited to announce that the books featuring select Exposure Award Collections are almost ready! The hard cover printed version will be available soon!
CONGRATULATIONS on being a Nominee at the 8th Annual
International Color Awards with:
Nominee in Abstract | Fading Away
7,358 entries were received from 79 countries and your work received
a high percentage of votes overall. Certainly an achievement, well done!
The Jury represented the industry’s biggest names and tastemakers
including Christie’s, Frieze, Whitechapel Gallery, Eyestorm, Edinburgh
Film Festival, DB Agency, Gup Magazine and Art Beatus Gallery who
reviewed the entries online before making their nominations and honoring
541 title awards and 750 nominees in 33 categories. The awards could
not have wished for a better group of professionals to work with.
Non-conceptual digital collage, original digital UV print up to 96 x 145 cm.
- 2015 International Color Awards, nominee in Abstract, online
Non-conceptual digital collage, original digital UV print up to 128 x 96 cm.
- HAPPY ART HISTORY PRIZE RUNNER UP, Gallery for.me, online, 2014
It’s rare to see a good abstract image made with multiple exposure techniques, but hey – look at this! The play of colours and textures is amazing. I really love the way it has been put together. I can’t tell how many blended pictures I am looking at but I like it – an amazing idea. It’s a little bit messy but that’s the whole beauty of it. The more I look at it the more new things I discover. Well done!