The last sunlight was being projected on this red building by the opposite windows. Its rhythmic effect has different levels: the actual windows, the reflected ones, the volumes of the balconies and the mirror image of the opposite block of houses and the striking red colour. I was lucky to have taken along my little son, whom I asked to pose in front of the building.
Traveling by train is the most popular way of traveling in Bangladesh. It is much cheaper than buses, as it is providing services to the nation at a subsidized rate in order to help the country's economy and for the ease of people. Every window has different stories & stories are very colorful and vibrant.
From the series Services Offered - Kinyozi Barbers, Mathare
From the series Services Offered
Eye-catching, colorful, hand-painted!
The designs and slogans are created by young artists
referencing traditional as well as pop culture themes.
Found everywhere, this popular artwork livens up
what would otherwise be a drab environment
in the poorer densely-populated areas of Nairobi.
These images are selected from the series 'Space, Light and Order'.
The orientation provides a kind of wisdom. The colour provides the authenticity.
The geometric landscapes gently intertwine in a space provided with light. The colour transforms the photographic image from 3D to 2D as if it were a painting.
This photo is a part of my ongoing project on the night and stray dogs. I take pictures in the dark of the night using a flash with a red filter. With these non-perfectionist images, I want to express their precarious and uncanny world.
This is a portrait of a Diacamma Ant in Battam Indonesia made with a canon 6D
I was always afraid of insects because I was once stung by a wasp that gave me an allergic reaction. but when I came into contact with photography I found out that this is not necessary with my photography I try to photograph them as sweetly as possible and I want to show the world that they can also be fun and above all very beautiful.
Lucida Mansi - The silk road
The Mansi family was well-known in the 16th century due to the trade of silk. Lucida loved luxurious things and sumptuous parties, as much as she loved being surrounded by lovers. Someone says she sat for hours admiring herself in the mirror. The typical yellow color of the textiles made in Lucca was obtained from zafferrano and fixed with alum, the purple colors were obtained with the vegetable.
Thousands of bright red chilli peppers are harvested in the hot sun before being sorted ready to be delivered to spice companies in the Sariakandi, Bogura, Bangladesh. More than 2,000 people work in almost 100 chilli farms in Bogura in Bangladesh to supply local spice companies with chillies for use in their recipes. Chilli peppers are a major part of the Bengali cuisine popular in Bangladesh and are used as part of a combination of spices for various meat dishes, including chicken and beef.
Photo from the series "States of Mind" - through colors I want to reveal the feelings I have when I create my photographs.
When I work, I let my intuition to guide me. I create motives from scratch according to my inner voices, emotions and moods. Out of darkness, a new world emerges!
This photo is part of a larger series titles ‘Eastern Winds’, color is a very central aspect of this project.
Eastern Winds is about a journey of tracing my roots and reconnecting the fragmented aspects of my family past. Like following a river back to it’s source, I travelled to Russia and Siberia where these photos have been taken.
Starting in Moscow, I crossed the country by land, travelling East along the Trans-Siberian railway route all the way to the far northern edges of the world.
No matter where I travel, when photographing people-less spaces I find myself attracted to a particular palette. It consists of subtly expressive colors, textures and shadows that convey the feelings, moods and perhaps the thoughts of the inhabitants.
I approach this portraiture using the same care and respect as if I were in a person’s actual presence. I don’t touch or reposition anything. And I take the time I need to make a candid portrait without any fear of losing the moment.
There is a place in the south of France where the lakes, generally blue in color, take on an incredible color in spring and summer. This transformation is due to microorganisms which develop in water and thus make it possible to support an exceptional fauna and flora.
Sandrine Hermand-Grisel is a professional photographer who specializes in Fine Art Photography and Printmaking. She grew up in Paris, France and in London, UK before she moved to the United States with her family in 2006. She decided to use her knowledge of the photography world to become the curator of the website, All About Photo, which she founded in 2013. Much more than a cultural agenda, All About Photo is a source of information for photographers and aficionados of photography as well as a showcase platform for talented artists.
An integral part of All About Photo is its annual awards competition, The Mind’s Eye, she has juried over the years with renowned photographers and curators such as Liu Bolin, Ann Jastrab, Ed Kashi, Eli Klein, Jules Maeght, Aline Smithson, Ami Vitale, Judy Walgren, Sabine Weiss, Frank Horvat, Elizabeth Avedon and many more. She also juried competitions and shows for A Smith Gallery, Darkroom Gallery, Gomma Photography Grant, Rayko Photo Center, L.A. & N.Y. Photo Curator, Emerge UK Prize, The PhotoPlace Gallery, Praxis Gallery, The Young Photographer's Award and others.
Sandrine Hermand-Grisel's work has been published in books and magazines as well as exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide.
While still working on personal projects, she now spends most of her time discovering new talents for All About Photo. She is also working on the new AAP Magazine committed exclusively to the publication of portfolios.