Solo Exhibition : Foto Cafe Gradiska 2017 - Srdjan Vujmilovic
Frozen Dream

My second exhibition at Foto Cafe in Gradiska.



All Photos from Exhibition

  • Luminosity

    This beautiful bridge in the Osijek city, Croatia is stunning! The reflection makes it even more special than it already is.

  • Storm is Coming

    I want to inspire those who may not find the beauty in a flash of lightning or rain cloud above the rough sea to look for her, because I think that it is lost for all of them, because many beauties surround them, and they are not aware. With my photos, I have managed to wake up the love in people for the places where they live, small settlements which they thought they were not something special and it feels unimaginable. One of the cases are these photos of lightning that I took in the village near mine. The whole village was affected by a strong storm, but at that time I had a tripod that is only 100 cm tall, and the biggest problem was to find a place from where I could fully capture thunder. Distancing more and more, I found a place in the middle of the field that was flooded by water, and the ground that blended with water did not go in favor. I walked ten centimeters deep in mud, and after twenty minutes in the rain, I found a convenient place. The height of the tripod was a problem again, and the storm was getting stronger. The legs of tripod were crumbling down, so I had to take off my jacket, lay it on the ground and then set it. I needed it tranquil due to prolonged exposure at least sixty seconds while the thunder with rain and blustery wind were raging over me. The difficulties appeared one after another, but after 3h in the field and countless photos, the sky was finally calm. It took half a day to clean the equipment but all effort paid off.

  • Frozen Dream

    On this particular night, I had to go somewhere, but when I tried to drive my car out of the backyard, it just didn't work. The snow was too deep, and it was very squishy. I took that as a sign, stayed home and went out with my camera. The sky was amazing, even for a wintery night like this and it all came up very well. My photo "Frozen Dream", in a stiff competition from over 8600 submitted photos, of about 600 authors from 27 countries around the world, won the first place in the 'Landscape' category on Rovinj Photodays Competition. See and Read more about it at: - http://www.srdjanvujmilovic.com/Exhibitions/Exhibition-Rovinj-Photodays-Zagreb/ - http://www.srdjanvujmilovic.com/Exhibitions/Exhibition-Rovinj-Photodays-Rovinj/

  • Hidden Paradise

    All morning, the sun and the clouds had a fight over the sky, and while I got there, which took three hours, clouds won. The waterfalls amazed me, but the problem came in the form of strong wind which was throwing water on my Filters. After every shot, I had to wipe them, and I had only a couple of seconds until they would get all wet again. This panorama is made out of 20+ photos. I and the camera were soaking wet in the end, but it was worth it, and the result is stunning, don't you think?

  • Paradise Sunset

    Taking the photo on -15°C isn't that comfortable. I saw that myself this winter when I photographed this amazing sunset in Hallstatt, Austria. I got sick, I god frostbite, but also I got this amazing memory of my trip there. It sure is impressive, don't you think?

  • Endless Beauty

    Your deepest roots are in nature. No matter who you are, where you live, or what kind of life you lead, you remain irrevocably linked with the rest of creation

  • Unforgettable Moment

    It was a beautiful summer day. The seaside in Montenegro is fantastic and surrounded by mountains, so it was challenging to find a perfect spot to shot. Space from the sea up to the road is narrow, and most od the land is private property. It took us more than an hour to find this one, and it was behind some house in construction. Road down to the house is made from tiny rocks by construct workers. From this place, I could catch the island on our right and spectacular sunset in front, which was completed with these marvelous clouds. The reflection from blue water of the sea and sunbeams of the sun which was setting behind mountain ranges was a real hit. When you want to connect amazing view with all the beauty that nature gives us, this is what you get! Having emphasized the sky, I tried to blend its gorgeous colors with amazing sea bay! I think that result is amazing, and you?

  • Storm Is Coming

    I want to inspire those who may not find the beauty in a flash of lightning or rain cloud above the rough sea to look for her, because I think that it is lost for all of them, because many beauties surround them, and they are not aware. With my photos, I have managed to wake up the love in people for the places where they live, small settlements which they thought they were not something special and it feels unimaginable. One of the cases are these photos of lightning that I took in the village near mine. The whole village was affected by a strong storm, but at that time I had a tripod that is only 100 cm tall, and the biggest problem was to find a place from where I could fully capture thunder. Distancing more and more, I found a place in the middle of the field that was flooded by water, and the ground that blended with water did not go in favor. I walked ten centimeters deep in mud, and after twenty minutes in the rain, I found a convenient place. The height of the tripod was a problem again, and the storm was getting stronger. The legs of tripod were crumbling down, so I had to take off my jacket, lay it on the ground and then set it. I needed it tranquil due to prolonged exposure at least sixty seconds while the thunder with rain and blustery wind were raging over me. The difficulties appeared one after another, but after 3h in the field and countless photos, the sky was finally calm. It took half a day to clean the equipment but all effort paid off.

  • Day Dreaming

    Taking the photo on -15°C isn't that comfortable. I saw that myself this winter when I photographed this amazing sunset in Hallstatt, Austria. I got sick, I god frostbite, but also I got this amazing memory of my trip there. It sure is impressive, don't you think?

  • Project 'Magical City: Banja Luka'' No. 1

    My job as a photographer gave me a lot of new opportunities, and I took that as an advantage to make some of my projects. One of them is named ‘Magical City ’ and through it, I tried to show my love towards the city where I live. I photographed the entire city and all the places that characterize it. I was the first man that did this kind of photos of Banja Luka City. It took a year to finish the project, most of the photos were taken at night because I wanted to display the soul of the city, but not when there are people in the streets because that just represents the spirit of citizens. I focused on city only, wanted for people to see old buildings, famous monuments that stand for years in the same location and by which most of us pass every day, without paying attention. In Balkan were I live, there are all kinds of nations, and I wanted to emphasize the beauty in which we live today, to show others that war is over, that we surpassed our differences and that we live together in peace, respecting each other. Banjaluka is the cultural city, where people enthusiastically welcome everyone regardless where they come from and who they are.

  • Drama

    This sky represents the right feeling I have when I see this. It was just by the accident that I was there at that time to take a shot. While I was passing by, I was fascinated with the reflection in the water. For a long time, I wasn't sure whether I should post this photo or not. I think that I hadn't made a mistake. What do you say?

  • Triumph

    I am lucky to live in a place away from the city that is surrounded by darkness, and as a child, every night I looked at the sky which was not full of light pollution. I spent the nights in a field that surrounds my home and enjoyed the view of the sky with a wide trail of brightness that spreads along the atmosphere, made up of thousands of stars which form Milky Way. However, growing older, I had less interest in the sky, and the more I associated myself with the city I neglected my love for astrophotography. That was until I began to notice a significant number of photographs of excellent photographers, and became fascinated with what surrounds us. The universe, which for us humans is still largely unexplored falls into some of the biggest mysteries for the human race, and also for me. For these reasons, today I photograph astrophotography among other.

  • Project 'Magical City: Banja Luka'' No. 24

    My job as a photographer gave me a lot of new opportunities, and I took that as an advantage to make some of my projects. One of them is named ‘Magical City ’ and through it, I tried to show my love towards the city where I live. I photographed the entire city and all the places that characterize it. I was the first man that did this kind of photos of Banja Luka City. It took a year to finish the project, most of the photos were taken at night because I wanted to display the soul of the city, but not when there are people in the streets because that just represents the spirit of citizens. I focused on city only, wanted for people to see old buildings, famous monuments that stand for years in the same location and by which most of us pass every day, without paying attention. In Balkan were I live, there are all kinds of nations, and I wanted to emphasize the beauty in which we live today, to show others that war is over, that we surpassed our differences and that we live together in peace, respecting each other. Banjaluka is the cultural city, where people enthusiastically welcome everyone regardless where they come from and who they are.

  • The One With the Nature

    It took me two hours to finish this photo. Two cameras, timer and me going up and down to complete this shot. It was challenging, I must say, and the wind which was raging over the waterfalls, and was taking water up in the air didn't go into my favor, but in the end, I managed to finish it. The concept for me is pretty great, and I am very satisfied with the result.

  • Limitless Love

    This picture was made out of more than 60 parts, and it was a gift for my girlfriend for our 3rd anniversary. She loved it!

  • Bled

    Photography is like everything else; all depend from person to person. For me, it does not matter whether someone like my work or not, important is that person with one look at the photo, understands the story behind it, a process that is passed to develop. Therefore, I do not just view the photo that somebody else made, I try to make mine that will represent the incredible, unforgettable place and the way that I experienced it. The photo is itself only the last prize that comes.

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