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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

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Helen Warner – Extravaganza

The theatrical photography of Helen Warner

Helen Warner is a fine art photographer living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Toulouse in the South West of France, She is a graduate of The Queen's University of Belfast where she mastered in Cinema and Modernism....

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  •  23.02.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Craig Feder – The Real NYC

New York City based Craig Feder has a rich history in photography and always travels the NY city streets with his camera. This resulted in an almost iconic series of the people of New York City. Craig has managed to capture the kind of people that caught my eye when I was in New York, but who he calls ‘the invisible people’. They are the kind of people that would stand out in any other place in the world, but as New York is not...

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  •  22.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Eduardo Nascimento

Portuguese photographer Eduardo Nascimento contacted us about his most recent and personal work called 'Treshold', a series of personal portraits along with a short essay about the concept. The series is all about perception, boundaries and intimacy: "Threshold is a study about the limit. Of the photographer on the other, of the observer on the other, of the other on the camera. Its double meaning reveals that we are also facing an...

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  •  20.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Diana Lemieux

It's not easy to distinguish yourself as a conceptual portrait photographer, as there's tons of them out on Flickr who try and get a bit of recognition for their work. The photography of Diana Lemieux sets herself apart though! Based in Boston, she creates expressive female portraits that are both raw as emotional. "I started photography around 2005 when I was living in Brooklyn. I'm in Boston now which is my hometown. My passion is...

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  •  15.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Yijun Liao – Experimental Relationship

As it's Valentine's day, why not do the obvious and start the day with a talk about relationships? They are so simple and, paradoxically, so complicated, so unpredictable and so full of possibilities. We accept the human being as social animal but love remains a mystery in our lives, even science is trying to explain it as hormonal reactions. "What does love look like? Anything. As long as two people match, no matter in what way,...

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  •  14.02.2012
  •  Ana

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Robin Bharaj – Celebrating the Journey

London based photographer / videographer Robin Bharaj is a real multi-talent. The self-taught artist with Indian roots was well on his way to become an IT specialist, but as soon as he started doing the 9-5 thing he realized it wasn’t for him. He made the brave decision to focus on a creative career instead and embarked on an endless journey of exploring, perfecting and applying his creative talents to real-world situations. He...

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  •  08.02.2012
  •  Arden