Nina Papiorek is a landscape and fine art photographer who has won many competitions. In addition to landscape photography, other focal points of her work are urban landscapes and urban architecture. The focus is on form and structure. Almost all of her works are therefore black and white photographs. Eliott Erwitt's motto "Color is descriptive. Black and white is interpretive." also applies to Nina Papiorek.
Photographic art with a focus on lost places and model photography. Photography and art “mix” in the images of Raimund Paris. The result is unique and beautiful.
Nicolas Petit is a wildlife photographer from France. His pictures primarily show the local wildlife. Nicolas not only wants to document but also to capture the uniqueness and beauty of the animals. With his wonderful photos, he succeeds without a doubt.
Jason is a landscape photographer from Canada. With his work he wants to convey a simple and powerful message: There is more to nature than what you see on the surface. His images are less documentary and more artistic, often abstract and full of fascinating colors and shapes.
Perdita Petzl is an Austrian nature photographer. She photographs sensitively and emotionally. Her images are often characterized by delicate colors, soft light, and an extraordinary bokeh. But also abstract and reduced photographic works can be found in her portfolio. Sometimes colorful, sometimes monochrome, sometimes fabulously playful, her photos are usually not purely documentary. Rather, Perdita wants to give intimate insights into the magical world of insects and animals, tell little stories and awaken emotions in the viewer.
Helmut Pilò is a landscape and nature photographer from Cassino, a small town in central Italy. He discovered his passion for our nature and photography in 2016 during a trip to Iceland. His often abstract photos live from brilliant colors and the interplay between sharpness and blur.
Alexander Platz is a visual artist, photographer and writer. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Always on the lookout for the "unexpected moment", Alexander believes that a photographer or artist can be anything - except boring. This is more than evident in his images. Art and photography form a wonderful unity, varied and very exciting.
Anton Plotnikov is a Russian portrait photographer who studied with Igor Sakharov-Ross in Saint Petersburg. His style is characterized by minimalism, the person is the focus, not the packaging. In beauty and fashion shoots he likes to surprise and show what you don't expect on social media.
Esther Posala from Lünen in North Rhine-Westphalia has been working as a freelance photographer since 2012. Her passion is artistic people photography. She has a clear conviction: Photography should not show what you see, but what you feel. Photography is not about capturing a moment or a person, but about capturing the deep, palpable affection between people - as unadulterated as possible.
Internationally renowned photographer, adventurer, and storyteller Andrea Pozzi were born in 1984 in Bormio, an idyllic town in northern Lombardy (Italy).
Gallery of nature and landscape photographer Anna Mari K. Priésner from Norway. The "High North" is particularly attractive for many people. Clean air, icy lakes and fjords, imposing landscapes and a unique solitude characterize this region. Anna Mari's photos show the characteristics of Norway in an impressive way.
Andreas Puhl is a passionate nude and portrait photographer with the goal of perfecting his art at the highest level. Born in the 60s near Hannover, he moved to Cologne in 1990 for love, where he still lives and works today. Although he always had a camera with him as a child and teenager, he discovered his passion for photography late in life.