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Capture Mania Editor’s Choice Photographs Issue 06

Travel has been the ultimate human drive since time immemorial. 2000 years ago and now, the thing young people crave for is one and the same – to go places, see the world, live a life of adventure. In this sense, travel photography is an extension of that same drive. To go places, see the world and ultimately show your experience to the rest of the world. Travel photographers are strange creatures – they often go off the beaten track, hike for hours in the wilderness, go and live with indigenous tribes for months, get up first, go to bed last and often miss meals. All that, only to get a single shot showing the true, unaltered spirit of the place. At some point of our career, we all try our hand at travel photography: be it documenting the family vacation, or just heading off to shoot at a local festival. Few people keep on doing that as a full-time job, though, because travel photography requires dedication, determination and lots of knowledge about whatever you can think of – from culture, ethnography and anthropology to engineering and geology. It all depends on the place and subject. We are all travelers at heart, no matter we acknowledge it or not. That’s one of the reasons why travel photography is so popular. When was the last time you looked at a travel image and didn’t think ‘wow, I want to be there and see it for myself’? In the current issue of Capture Mania we decided to exploit that inherent human curiosity towards the unknown and far-off corners of the world. The photographers who responded to the call for submissions are all unique in their view of the world and the way they present their work. Take a look at it and travel to remote places on the pages of our magazine. Enjoy the visions of contributors to the first themed issue of Capture Mania. All people look at things, but few people have the gift to see. Bistra Stoimenova

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ED Peeters Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© ED Peeters
Editor’s Note:  Wonderful spontaneous looking portrait – but well arranged indeed with that scarf as a “natural frame”.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

 

Eladio Aires Pacheco Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© Eladio Aires Pacheco
Editor’s Note:  Amazing minimalist seascape photography, seems to come from another world – a perfect “travel” image.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

 

Emel Karakozak Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© Emel Karakozak
Editor’s Note: Spectacular backlight scenery – visualizing the power of these wild horses.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

 

Iván Ferrero Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© Ivan Ferrero
Editor’s Note: Very well arranged composition with that round and angular forms in the foreground – bathed in divine light.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

 

Nakul Sharma Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© Nakul Sharma
Editor’s Note: Awesome light show, perfectly orchestrated in black and white, i love that little dots in the sky.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

 

Vincent Liew Capture Mania Photography Magazine

© Vincent Liew
Editor’s Note: Great composition with an amazing palette of colors – and since the author is based in Asia – an exotic place at its best.
Thomas Finkler , Guest Editor, Capture Mania Photography magazine.

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