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Derren Versoza

Derren Versoza is a 22 year old (1989) technical engineering major hailing from Riverside, California. Photography is one of his hobby’s, and one he became damn good at. His portfolio consists out of conceptual/fashion portraits which are completed by shallow depths of fields and great post-processing. I’m sure that Derren’s skills will mature and progress even more over time, so keep an eye out for this young creative...

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  •  08.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Nisa & Ulli Maier – Travel Photographers

There’s nothing quite like traveling, and who better to tell you about that then mother-daughter photography team Nisa and Ulli Maier. Alone and together they travel all across the globe, capturing their explorations in form of inspiring photography. Through the modern miracles of social media and their beautiful website cookiesound.com, they share their stories and photography with friends, family and whoever is interested....

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  •  05.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Dara Scully – Little dreamers

The pictures of 22 year old Spanish photographer Dara Scully are just full of imagination! Dara is not just a photographer; she's a storyteller (and self-proclaimed elephant tamer) who uses different techniques to bring her stories to live. She mixes fantasy with reality seamlessly and turns every picture into a dream, hence the title 'little dreamers' for her latest series. Dara: " 'Little dreamers' is about your inside child....

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  •  01.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Dan Oara – Common bonds

This is actually the second time that we're featuring the works of Romanian photographer Dan Oara on CFYE. Unfortunately his picture in Crack-Mag #002 was cancelled due to some (resolved) issues. To my great surprise I received last month a good spirited email from Dan presenting us his new work....

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  •  27.12.2011
  •  Kaymir

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Michael Wriston – From Baltimore to Salinas

Hailing from Maryland but now residing in California, self-taught photographer Michael Wriston (boyghost on Flickr) shows us an amazing United States through his inspiring pictures. Armed with a variety of analogue camera’s (many of which are mid-format) and a positive spirit, Michael captures a United States I immediately want to go to. The striking photos from the streets and people of Baltimore make me think of ‘the Wire’. It...

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  •  22.12.2011
  •  Arden

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Aleksander Bochenek – A fascinating world

Aleksander Bochenek (33) is an independent photographer and traveler living in Krakow, Poland. He is fascinated with the world's cultural variety and visual manifestation of people’s values and beliefs. He uses the medium of photography in order to raise questions rather than a mere tool of literal describing. "While images are my passion, photography is my way of experiencing the world and seeking the answers" Aleksander...

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  •  20.12.2011
  •  Kaymir

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Franco Monari – hardcore vending machines

Italian photographer Franco Monari has been capturing a peculiar addition to the local landscape over the past two years: Sex / Porn vending machines. These hardcorde DVD machines have been erecting all over the place and Franco Monari caught over 300 of this machines on photo.  The machines do not only sell DVD's, but also vibrators and other sex gadgets....

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  •  13.12.2011
  •  Arden

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Edward Olive – Wedding photographer

Wedding / Fine Arts photographer Edward Olive has come a long way since the last times we had the honours of featuring the good man on CFYE and Gup Magazine. It seems that his photography finally starts to get the recognition it deserves. A thought that is strengthened by the amount of awards added to his biography since the last time we spoke. I know awards aren’t everything but it does show a level of well-deserved appreciation and...

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  •  08.12.2011
  •  Arden

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Jonathan Leder-Modern Pin-ups

In the 40´s and 50´s the American soldiers started to hang pictures of pretty girls on the wall. It was one of the ways to encourage themselves during the heavy period of being in a troop. And so, the pin-ups were born, and a standard of beauty with them: sexy, sensual, feminine, but naïve. Jonathan Leder - Modern pin-ups Jonathan Leder - Modern pin-ups So many years later, even with the big changes in our culture, we are...

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  •  01.12.2011
  •  Ana

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Mario Gerth – The Ethiopian Surma tribe

You can call Mario Gerth a journalist, photographer or modern-day explorer. He has traveled 65 countries on five continents and witnessed civil war, poverty, dictatorship and violence - but more often he was a guest in a world which has been characterized by graceful beauty. Gerth photographs were shown at international exhibitions and published in countless magazines. Nowadays he works as a part-time banker in Germany and as a...

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  •  29.11.2011
  •  Kaymir