For the third year, ArtFullFrame will participate in the London Photo Show 2021 Exhibition.
The London Photo Show is a great opportunity for talented photographers from around the world to showcase their work in Europe’s premier photography capital London, and network with members of the public, media and industry professionals.
The exhibition will be at the Bargehouse Gallery – OXO Tower on London’s Southbank.
Every year the London Photo Show involves a considerable number of international photographers, on average more than 60 photographers with more than 400 photos participate. The exhibition records more than 3000 visitors every year.
Make your works known in an international environment where photography is the protagonist.
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Ice is getting rarer and the ice in Siberia has never been that thin at the end of October. Climate change is visible and felt everywhere. The ice is melting very fast everywhere in the world.
With this series of photos, which shows abstractions of the ‘black’ ice on Lake Baikal, I want to show artworks on the wall in order to start global warming as a topic of conversation.
In reality, the ice also looked almost black in that area and what you see here are macros of the cracks in the ice. These photos were taken in the first half of February at temperatures of -35 ° C.
But for how long?
Like a lot of landscape photographers in Hong Kong, I spent my fair share of time hunting for the seasonal special in Hong Kong - the low-altitude cloud sea. It was a stunning scene to witness - imagine a huge sea of cloud blanketing the majority part of the city, leaving only the tallest buildings and mountains visible. The scene was especially beautiful when the twilight above and the city light beneath orchestrated a mesmerizing moment. I lost count of the number of hikes to the highest mountain, sleepless nights, and futile attempts. Considering the challenges that Hong Kong is facing in 2020, on top of the COVID, it was truly a blessing to me being able to accomplish my dream.
It was December 31, 2015 and I was in Santa Marinella, a charming seaside resort near Rome in Italy, when I came across this radio transmitting antenna and from there a flock of migratory birds that came and went with the bursting of some dissuading guns. the intersection of birds with the flock continually created architectural affinities with the same geometric structure.
This exhibition entry is a series of three photos (taken from a larger series titled ‘Night Moves). Photos are attached to email entry.
In the last year I found myself focused on portraiture. I shot portraits in the past, but it’s like I wasn’t fully aware of what I was doing. Now, when I have to do a photoshoot with one of my models, I always know what I want to narrate. Behind my portraits there’s a story, or a part of it. There’s always an image that inspires me, coming from art, cinema or old photographs. Or, sometimes, it’s my model’s vision or the outfit the model chooses that tells me what I have to recount. It’s never just a portrait, it’s always the echo of one of the many worlds that live inside every one of us.
London went into lockdown in March 2020 changing the nature of a city that has always been vibrant and full of life. During lockdown, I took my mask, my camera, and used my exercise allowance to walk around the city and capture such a historic moment: a London devoid of life on the streets; a London after people. The project was a long one that lives now online. Here are two examples of the project: Queueing for Food & a Chat (Finalist) and Guarding Victoria Station.
Photography has always fascinated me but never had the means nor courage only photographing my daughters milestones. My passion grew as my daughter’s dance interest started progressing. I also started to document my father in law’s rapid deterioration with dementia. whiles documenting my dad in law I was asked by the nursing home residence and families if I would take photographs for some of the residents and their families is how I started my photography journey.
I believe in simplicity Capturing special moments and emotions to last a lifetime. In this short period of time I have collaborated with many talented photographers covering from special Birthdays, Christenings, and weddings to photography exhibitions as well as numeric charity events.
I am also an ambassador for Art full frame who are specialists in photography exhibitions around the world. My aim is to simply freeze a moment that Will wow you for years to come while keeping the natural beauty without making it look unrealistic is my vision.
At this exhibition I am exhibiting two pictures of Bharatanatyam by students of very talented guru SMT Anusha Sajeev.