A thirty-six image exhibition comprised of four sections, two of which are features by two individual members and two chapters by worldwide members collective of the Photographic Society of America.
Photographic Society of America (PSA) was founded in the USA in 1934 to “Promote the Arts and Sciences of Photography" The Society promotes the art and science of photography as a means of communication, image appreciation, and cultural exchange. PSA provides education, information, inspiration, and opportunity for all persons interested in photography and fosters personal growth and expression, creativity, excellence, and ethical conduct in all aspects of the photographic endeavour. Bringing together professional and amateur photographers of all ages and levels of achievement, and provides an opportunity to meet people and make friends around the globe. PSA is Sharing and Offers. PSA provides the opportunity to share your expertise with others. PSA is Learning. PSA provides unlimited and continuous growth in your photography. PSA is Recognition. PSA provides the opportunity to earn distinctions through proficiency in competitions and portfolio.
If you love photography, you belong in PSA !
That which is not, GHOST
This panel reflects "THAT WHICH IS NOT" there in ruins, rather in every human mind as assumptions/illusions and conclusions, that creates the strong expectation about ruins to relate with what is read and listened about, so-called "GHOST".
In my panel, the red in different forms show the views of different minds. This story is not researched to prove if it is there or not, but to state that it is all about the mind and perception than anything in reality, whether it is the day, night or any time in-between.
A black and white oeuvre depicting nature, landscape and documentary by seven photographers representing five countries.
Priyanshi Bachhawat Nahata - UAE, Norbert Heil - Germany, Razvan Baleni - Romania, Priyanshi Bachhawat Nahata - UAE, Jakab Tibor - Romania, Wei Fu - Thailand, Ravindra Ranasinghe - Sri Lanka, Ibrahim Bahrami - Iran
A colour oeuvre depicting landscape nature, fine art, travel and photo manipulation from twelve photographers representing nine countries.
Wang Li - China, Walter Gaberthuel - Italy, Craig Parker - Australia, Dr. Min Tan - Malaysia, Abbas Kapadia - UAE, J.R. Schnelzer - USA, Priyanshi Bachhawat Nahata - UAE, Yi Wan - Sibling, Tan Lip Seng - Singapore, Colin Harrison - UK, Xiaoxi Liao - China, Richard Fisher - USA
The Thrill of Pursuit
This exhibition by Canadian Photographer Philip Kwan illustrates wildlife in motion, at peace and conflict in exotic locales through his eyes.
"My journey to witness various specimens under such a variety of climates has been ultimately fulfilling"
Over the past 15-years, Philip Kwan has travelled all across the world to enjoy the beauty of nature uninterrupted. Philip seized the moments to capture birds and animals in their native habitats.
Philip is a member of the Photographic Society of America