Following Marion Tandé’s selection of winning images for our recent HOME SWEET HOME competition, this compilation of 20 images represents some of the other talented photographers whose work struck us and left a mark. Each a stunning image worthy of exposure and attention…
This month’s selection was made by Kate O’Neil, Creative Director of The Visual Loop: “With ‘Home Sweet Home’ I was looking out for those scenes that – for better or for worse – tug at the heartstrings, or invoke a sense of nostalgia or belonging. Images that give a glimpse into that safe space, personal retreat or familiar surrounding that people identify with as their understanding of ‘Home’, or, in an autobiographical sense, where we can learn more about the person behind the lens than the scene that lies before it.
When selecting for editor’s picks I’m always searching for those striking photographs that have potential as an unforgettable single image, whether from a broader series or not. I enjoy the accompanying text some photographers submit with their images, which while not always necessary can be relevant when understanding the work in full context.”
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BANNER IMAGE COURTESY OF DAVID WADELTON
www.wadelton.online / @davidwadelton
From the series Suburban Baroque – “A selection of photographs of the vanishing mid-century suburban interiors of the formerly working-class areas of Melbourne Australia that were the destination of choice for many post-war immigrants from Europe. The once-ubiquitous terrazzo, balustrades, marble columns and lions and other manifestations of pri