Fine Art

What makes a photograph a “fine art photograph?” This is not an easy question to answer. Fine art photography doesn’t have a definition of its own. But it does attract those who share a specific vision. Fine art photographs are created as carefully as paintings. They’re often difficult to create in one session. They stand out because of their details, compositions, and meanings.  First, and foremost, a fine art photograph begins with a message, an idea. Fine art isn’t about representing what we see. Instead, it’s based on expressing our creative vision as a photographers. We are proud to present one of the most successful selections of Fine Art photography. Our artists have entered some of their best photographs in the competition. The selection was difficult, but let us present The world’s Favorite Fine Art exhibition. 

 

  • Abdulrahman Adi – Syria
  • Alexander Sviridov – Canada
  • Alexander Sviridov – Canada
  • Alice Zilberberg – Canada 
  • Alice Zilberberg – Canada
  • Alina Beryozkina – Headache, Russia
  • Andre Moreau – Italy
  • Anjitha Senarath –  Egret’s Catch, Sri Lanka
  • August Naude -Impressions, South Africa
  • August Naude-A Different Perspective, South Africa
  • Brigitte Kuckenberg Wagner – Forest walk, Germany
  • Brigitte Kuckenberg Wagner – Renature, Germany
  • Brigitte Kuckenberg Wagner – Yesterday today was still tomorrow, Germany
  • Christoph – Grothgar – Germany
  • Christoph Grothgar – Germany 
  • Christoph Grothgar – Germany 
  • Christoph Grothgar – Germany 
  • Christoph Grothgar – Germany 
  • Dmitry Baev – Ukraine
  • Elemer Lelik – Nude With Chameleon, Hungary
  • Emmanuel Ogundipe – Nigeria
  • Evan Daniel – Moon Crater, USA
  • Evelin Juen – I am wood, Austria
  • Evgeni Loza – Israel
  • Evgeny Loza – Israel
  • Gustavo Martinez Prieto – Alone in night, Spain
  • Gustavo Martinez Prieto – Spring rain, Spain
  • Hossein Arabzadeh – Iran
  • Hossein Arabzadeh – Roozmaregi, Iran
  • Indra Thais Arrez Baez – Mexic
  • Indra Thais Arrez Baez – Mexic 
  • Julien Bihan – Maestro No4, France
  • Krencius Amy – Dark Days, USA
  • Krencius Amy – Quiet little monsters, USA
  • Kristina Radnic – Bara, Serbia
  • Leoind Borozentsev -Colloid, Russia
  • Malhova Zoya – Hands, Russia Federation
  • Mantas Grimas – Lithuania
  • Mantas Grimas 1 – Lithuania
  • Marketa Novak – Czech Republic 
  • Marketa Novak – Czech Republic
  • Martha A Moreschi – Tu cimatica, Argentina
  • Martin Navarro – Chile
  • Martin Smith – Night city, Bulgaria
  • Mary Budanova – Russia
  • Muhammad Amdad Hossain – Bangladesh
  • Murat Sayginer – Young Atlas, Turkey
  • Nawas Sharif – Bangladesh
  • Pegah Pouresmaeil – Iran
  • Silvija Treice-Still Waiting, Latvia
  • Steve Lease – Lucy, USA
  • Stijn Elshout – Belgia
  • Subhram Karmakan – India
  • Svetlana Borozentseva – Spring coming, Russia
  • Tamara Peel -Trumpet Girl, UK
  • Tasos Kostopoulo – Eyes dont lie, Greece
  • Todor Tilev – Copper Coast Drive_Ireland, Bulgaria
  • Tom Gore – Canada 
  • Tom Gore – Canada
  • Vadim Leontev – Russia
  • Vahid Ghasemi Zarnoosheh -Iran
  • Valeriya Kabyzhakova – Russia
  • Werner Roelandt – White Bricks, Belgium
  • Yasser Alaa Mobarak – Egypt
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