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M.A.M08

Taking photos of everyday situations while preserving the dignity of the subject is what makes M.A.M08 special. A strong photographer who really takes you by the hand and will let you have a look into his world. His mostly black and white work has a strong cinematographic feel to it what sucks you into the image. From his observing point of view he is consistent in portraying the delicacy of life with enough grace and respect that...

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  •  13.09.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Ana Paula Dan

We don’t know why but the last weeks we came in touch with lots of cool people from South America, and especially Brazil. One of the main reasons I think, is that they are filled with positive energy and enthusiasm. We don’t hug trees or anything but CFYE is all about positive karma loops and good spirited people. Take Ana for example, we came across her in the Shuttercrack Flickr pool. From that moment on, we were hooked by her...

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  •  05.08.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Anthony Cronin – Moore Street

On a nice Irish summer day, photographer Anthony Cronin came across an interesting event in Dublin City Centre. A group of Roma Gypsy women some with children, bustling down the footpath in a hurried fashion passed me by. Then my ears caught the sound of Irish teenage girls behind me, four of them shouting the likes of “dirty bastards” “filthy fuckers” “fuck of back to where you came from” at the Gypsies and chasing...

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  •  14.07.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Tamara Lichtenstein – Natural Habitat

Everyday we come across stunning photography. That also means we come across cool people who bless us with their work. We're always intrigued with photographers who gives us a little peek into their world. For them it's just plain normal, for us it's exciting to be a part of their life trough their images. Same with Tamara Lichtenstein from Houston, USA. She takes her camera with her on her daily adventures and documents everything she...

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  •  30.06.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Keith McArthur – The Grind

Some photographers try to force themselfes into shooting stuff that doesn't seems to fit them well. Photographers like Keith McArthur are like "the hell with that, I shoot what represents me". His stages, filled with the best actors that he likes to call his friends, are part of his on-going exhibition of daily life. Don't be fooled though! These are not your average family barbecue photos! They are more like film stills from the Keith...

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  •  19.05.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Gonzo – Matchbox Photography

Photography made a huge transition since the first camera. Back in the day taking one photo could easily take minutes. There is still a special kind of breed out there who manages to take it that easy. They go by the name of pinhole photographers, their tools of the trade are homemade cameras made of pure love. Living in the era of portability and convenience and you like your camera to fit in your pocket? Say hello to matchbox...

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  •  18.05.2009
  •  Kaymir

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Gerwin Lucas – Off the Wall

Sports and photography have always been a good match! Although overshadowed by its big brother 'the skateboard' in the beginning, the BMX sport took off and became huge. With so much action going on, photographers started capturing images of the tricks their friends made. Sports / action photographer like Gerwin Lucas took it to the next level, adding strobist techniques in the mix. We had an interview with Gerwin Lucas who shoots...

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  •  04.04.2009
  •  Kaymir