Photo of the Day Award Showcase

Explore the Very Moments of Our Presence on This Earth

The journey of Photo of the Day is endless, from one continent to the next, a journey that gives one an understanding of people, nature, and culture. We believe, when one feels it from the heart and captures the moment with their camera, it becomes iconic, which is special to share with the whole world. Let’s share it with others.

Explore the Award from:   Photo Exhibition Board   |   the Intricacies of Photography

Lunchtime by Silvia Bukovac Gasevic
,

Lunchtime by Silvia Bukovac Gasevic

I made this image using horizontal tripod arm and wooden plank I bought in a local store at the time that I lived in Luxembourg. The setting is simple, main dish with a dessert with only a window light from the left and the white reflection board from the right. I also used tripod weight bag and wireless trigger for Canon. Yes, it was my vegetarian lunch. :)
The Art of Sushi by Keshia Sophia
,

The Art of Sushi by Keshia Sophia

This photograph was an exercise in texture. However I couldn’t resist adding a little action. Sushi is a dish best served shared and I wanted to capture that pleasure. There is something so elegant and delicate about using chopsticks. It really is an art form. But the same can be said about making sushi. Combining both movements allows for a more fuller image of the sushi eating experience. The complexity is in the dish itself which means keeping the background and props to an absolute minimum.
Exotic Flavours by Keshia Sophia
,

Exotic Flavours by Keshia Sophia

A photograph of someone standing on a bridge. A bridge is a structure built to span a physical obstacle, such as a body of water, valley, or road, without closing the way underneath. It is constructed for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle, usually something that can be detrimental to cross otherwise.Bridges can be categorized in several different ways. Common categories include the type of structural elements used, by what they carry, whether they are fixed or movable, and by the materials used.