Street Photography is an art which captures the beauty of the world, the emotions of the people; it is an endless source of fascination. Street photography captures the ebb and flow of people, buildings rising up and falling down, architectural icons, differences found between cities, the similarities found. Continue reading
Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them
Fine art photography successfully creates a picture that matches the creative vision of the artist, and easily tells the story the artist tells through its picture. However, there is not one set and universally accepted definition of fine art; which achieves satisfaction for an artistic photographer can be as diverse as tastes in art by people in all cultures. Continue reading
Black and white photography is a gratifying and difficult field of artistic photography. Through black and white photography, Valerii Tkachenko discovers a whole new character in a familiar subject. Black and white landscape photography has a way of letting the viewer really experience the image. He admits in black and white photography, right from the composition to textures and tonal qualities everything is important as the color is absent. Continue reading
Each and every kind of photography comes with its own requirements and specifications. Professional photographers are very peculiar when it comes to various kinds of photography and they follow the best standards for each one of them. Continue reading
Please stop by our exhibition Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography which will be on view from April 24th – May 14th.
The opening reception for the exhibitions will still be on April 30th from 6pm – 8pm.
Agora Gallery · 530 West 25th Street · New York, NY 10001 · USA
Morning in Tuscany Italy Photographic Print on Dibond 29.5″ x 39.5″ Continue reading
Travel photography of the Month – April 2015
This month’s Travel Image of the Month is selected from an Album by Valerii Tkachenko.
Fine art photography “Spring in Ukraine”
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Gerard Manley Hopkins begins, “Nothing is so beautiful as spring.” If there is anything more beautiful, it is this poem. It has a heightened, rapturous and intoxicated quality: “The glassy pear tree leaves and blooms, they brush / the descending blue; that blue is all in a rush / with richness; the racing lambs too have fair their fling.” On a spring morning it is a poem one can recite that makes spring seem more intensely itself: even the lambs have been partying, and how that hallucinogenic “glassy” carries the line forward, unexpectedly filling it with light Continue reading
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Winter mountains Sport photography