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Akos Major – Silent Landscapes

He is from Budapest and has a name to remember if you feel like stopping the time and stepping away from the fast-paced and busy surroundings we live in. Akos Major is a landscape photographer who uses his photographs as a kind of meditation. Shooting both deserted and urban places with a unique perspective and a crisp intensity despite the overcast weather, he manages to conduct a sense of appeasement in us - like a real therapy. We...

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  •  30.05.2012
  •  Anik

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Matteo Bucciol

Inspiring photography is often sparked by thinking about and seeing compositions that other don’t. This is why architecture and photography go together so well; it teaches to see lines, converging points, etc. which work great in photography. A good example of this is architect and photographer Matteo Bucciol, living in Padua, Italy....

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  •  16.05.2012
  •  Arden

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Jonathan Dy – Multi Faceted

At times you just don't have enough information in one picture. Canadian photographer / painter Jonathan Dy must have thought so as he found out new ways to incorporate information into his photographs in form of multi-flash and reflection pictures. Of course, both techniques aren't new but the way Jonathan has perfected them is impressive, to say the least!...

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  •  24.04.2012
  •  Arden

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Anne Barlinckhoff x Laser 3.14

Conceptual / documentary photographer Anne Barlinckhoff is a young, raw and energetic talent based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. For her latest series she worked together with one of my favourite and most elusive street artists in Amsterdam: Laser 3.14. The poetic writings of Laser are to be found all over the city and his solo-shows never cease to amaze. But even though he’s very present in Amsterdam, few get to know Laser’s true...

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  •  15.04.2012
  •  Arden

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Corinne Vionnet – Photo Opportunities

When I first saw this series of Corinne Vionnet I thought it was consisted by paintings. It was a big surprise when, checking more carefully, I found out that these incredible images are, in reality, photographs. This fact changed my whole perception of the work, bringing me ideas of how we can be affected by places. In this case, touristic places. Vionnet used the photographic technique to make us think, artistically....

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  •  06.04.2012
  •  Ana

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Terry O’Neill Reworked at Rook & Raven

The name Terry O' Neill might ring a bell with you all. The legendary celebrity photographer has had everyone who was anyone in the 60's and 70's in front of his camera. Brigitte Bardot, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Audrey Hepburne, Frank Sinatra, Clint Eastwood and many more iconic names have been immortalized by Terry, resulting in picturs that are at least as iconic and familair as the models. The Rook & Raven Gallery in...

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  •  12.03.2012
  •  Arden

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Lee Basford – Tohoku, Japan

Today it’s one year ago that an earthquake and tsunami shook up the Japanse pacific coast of Tōhoku. Last year we showed you the pictures shot on that day by our friend Charlie Kirk. To commemorate this tragedy we have the honor to show you the images of Lee Basford (you might remember the images he shot in Kushiro, Japan). Lee has been concentrating much more on his photography recently and slowly building a versitile body of work....

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  •  11.03.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Timothy Cheng – Slow walking

Hong Kong based photographer Timothy Cheng never leaves the house without his camera. Living in a city renowned for its expansive skyline and a population of over seven million people must be a sort of paradise for every street photographer. Cheng began his street photography in 2007 and never stopped shooting....

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  •  03.03.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Juergen Buergin

Berlin based photographer Jürgen Bürgin picked up a camera about three years ago, initially to capture nature sceneries. But instead of capturing Nature, Jürgen’s photographic eye was far more attracted to urban sceneries. Now he’s a city-dweller who’s capturing major urban cityscapes and its inhabitants whenever he has the chance....

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  •  25.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Gemma Gonzalez

Catalonian photographer Gemma Gonzalez had our attention since the first time we saw one of her self-portraits, several years ago. We immediately realized that there’s much more to her than a pretty face; her conceptual self-portraits always seem to capture the right mood, which she achieves by her own facial expressions and poses. But also her styling, composition and post-processing add towards very personal and intimate picture....

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  •  24.02.2012
  •  Arden