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Life Framer – Photography competition

Let's face it, (almost) everyone can pick up a camera and shoot some decent photographs with it. But it's not until you get out of your shell to let your work be judged by someone else than by the always positive Facebook crowd when you start pushing boundaries. Life Framer is an organisation aiming to push artists to such boundaries with an international award and exhibition for any photographer that is interested. The award is by...

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  •  02.05.2013
  •  Arden

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Lloyd Stubber – Colourblind

For the series 'Colourblind', Melbourne-based and Perth native photographer Lloyd Stubber has documented his three month solo trip through San Francisco, Nevada, New York, Scotland, Belgrade, Luthuania and Moscow. This makes for an eclectic mix of pictures which still comes across like a series that could've been made in the same state. We were intrigued and wanted to know a little bit more about Mr. Stubber! "I am prone at getting...

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  •  04.04.2013
  •  Arden

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Ryan Harding

Ryan Harding is a filmmaker and photographer who recently graduated as a cinematographer. To be honest I totally forgot how we got in contact with him. Due to that thing called life it took quite a while to conduct the interview. I had to leave my apartment  find a new one and decorate the new found cave. Thankfully Ryan is a good spirited guy who gave me some slack!...

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  •  01.03.2013
  •  Kaymir

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Bernhard Handick

Bernhard Handick is a young German artist and art-director of Shoutout-Magazine. With a German father and a mother from Sri-Lanka, Bernhard grew up in a multi cultural environment which he enjoyed a lot. He's currently studying at the Folkwang university, working on his finals to get his diploma. Bernhard approaches photography as sculpting; arranging a picture like a painter and compose different sounds and layers like a musician. A...

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  •  07.12.2012
  •  Arden

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Richard Terborg – Route 66

Route 66 is that all-American Mecca for travellers across the globe. The idea of roaming these roads in a sluggish American car and enjoying all the greatness that the States have to offer, appeals to people worldwide. So is it all bigger in the States? Our good friend and talented photographer Richard Terborg and his equally talented girlfriend, designer/illustrator Karin van de Kuilen  followed their dream to find out! With much...

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  •  16.07.2012
  •  Arden

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Graeme MacPherson – The hidden Beauty

As you all may have noticed we stepped a bit down on our update ratio. This thing called life did catched up with us. But don't be fooled, the pink beast can't be stopped. As to quote my man Reakwon "It's about longevity, we in here for the gusto". Not to long ago I bumped into the works of Greame MacPherson and just had the urge the share it! Because that is what we do, we share the great thoughts and works of those who're trying to...

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  •  01.07.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Straight from Paris: Vincent Sannier

Every big cities has their inner secret talents. Paris is one amongst those who have many - including Parisian born and raised photographer Vincent Sannier. From shooting portraits of some eternal legends in the fashion industry like Yves Saint Laurent to working with some of the biggest names in the music industry, Vincent is constantly delivering amazing photography in his own style. Let's have a little chat with him, shall...

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  •  27.06.2012
  •  Anik

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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