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Inspiration - Predrag Petkovic DeVil

Travel / 01/25/2016 / 0 Comments
Inspiration - Predrag Petkovic DeVil
Author: ZoranR avatarZoranR

One of the crucial differences among photographers is the style in photography that makes them recognizable. Hobbyists and amateurs usually don’t have their specific style, so their portfolio is very colorful since their motives are usually colorful. There’s nothing wrong with that, since it’s important that an amateur photographer enjoys what he/she is doing, which precisely is the essence of any hobby. However, some photographers have got motives, persistence, and knowledge to make their work different from the majority, by specializing in one style of photography. Sometimes, even that’s not enough, because such an action leads to a higher league, where the competition is way stronger... so the expectations are way higher. One of those that successfully grapples with the competition in the field of macro photography is Predrag Petkovic, known as Devil.


Inspiration - Bosko Palanacki

Travel / 11/17/2015 / 0 Comments
Inspiration - Bosko Palanacki
Author: ZoranR avatarZoranR

Today we present to you Bosko Palanacki, aka Bole. He sees himself only as a hobby photographer, an amateur, whose hunger for knowledge continues to grow even after so many years of being into photography. Of all the branches of photography, he enjoys best framing landscapes and architecture.


Inspiration - Jerman Vito

Travel / 09/01/2015 / 0 Comments
Inspiration - Jerman Vito
Author: ZoranR avatarZoranR

For the last couple of years we’ve had a chance and pleasure to enjoy photographs of a real landscape photographer, the real McCoy. Since the headline deprived you of guessing who the guy in question is, we can get down to introducing this exceptional photographer.


Finding Vivian Maier - Movie

Travel / 07/28/2015 / 0 Comments
Finding Vivian Maier - Movie
Author: ZoranR avatarZoranR

Those people that discovered, preserved and saved from oblivion what might’ve been doomed to be forgotten or disappear are remembered by history since mankind is deeply indebted to them. As it usually happens, by a sheer chance, a guy named John Maloof became one of those people. In 2009, while looking for material for his book, he went to an auction of old things opposite his home and bought the biggest chest for $380. The chest was full of negatives whose content was about the city of Chicago as a motive, which in fact was his primary goal. At first and after a quick scan, the content didn’t meet his expectations, so the chest was cast aside into another room. However, some time later, John not only recognized the value of the chest content, but after a while he got down to looking for and buying the rest of the material from the other participants at the auction. This is precisely the point where the two names banded together for the eternity, doomed to be always mentioned together.


Paths of the NLW

Travel / 06/17/2014 / 0 Comments
Paths of the NLW
Author: Photoleet avatarPhotoleet

Our friend Predrag Jelenic, a film editor and photographer, but also a motorcycle enthusiast, has embarked on a historical adventure with the aim of visiting monuments of the one-time National Liberation Movement (NLM) on the territory of the entire former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), and we have decided wholeheartedly to help him put his plan into effect. Peja will travel on his bike from one monument to another and document the entire experience, and over the next several days, you can find all his observations from that odyssey exclusively on our forum! The tour starts on June 13, and since that moment, the coverage of where the action happens will be refreshed daily with authentic impressions and photographs from the journey. Enjoy!