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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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CodeFC – Letters from Eelam (Sri Lanka), U.N.approved

Our friend CodeFC is a frequent visitor of South-East Asia. We’ve seen some nice works Code made in that area, but none as striking as his most recent series in Sri Lanka. I think most of you know that there has been a civil war waging in Sri Lanka between the government and the Tamil Tigers since the early 80’s. In 2009, the Tigers were defeated by the military and ever since we haven’t heard much from this region (besides the...

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  •  07.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Rite – Dani Irwan

Malasyan photographer Dani Irwan has viewed all kinds of impressive scenes! This one might seem odd but I can assure you that no harm was done to this kid. The picture is taken during Thaipusam, a Hindu festival mostly celebrated by Tamil people during the month of the full moon (January / February). by Dani Irwan Dani: Apparently not all of the attendees at Thaipusam are Tamils. A child having his head shaved bald under the...

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  •  20.05.2011
  •  Kaymir

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Luke Byrne

Luke Byrne (coolhandluke) is a photographer I personally really look up to. He's one half of creative duo SPR/PPL out of Sydney, Australia. Working in art direction, photography, film and shooting images for the fashion & music industries. Not only does al of his work looks like the Blue Lagoon jizzed all over it, his images captures the spirit of adventure and good times. Hopefully in the near future we will conduct an...

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  •  15.03.2011
  •  Kaymir

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Vietnam – Johnny Panessa

"Trained at FIT for Toy Design and though I work professionally all day with toys, my true passion is photo making. I carry a camera at all times, and days I don't, I fear for what I may miss in the streets of Brooklyn, Newark and Mastic. My portfolio relies heavily on the many travels I have taken." - Johnny...

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  •  07.02.2011
  •  Arden

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Wang Chien Yang

I'm in love with the sparklink works of Taiwanese photographer Wang Chien Yang. He recently graduated from the National Taiwan University of Arts and his images (particularly those from his new project "House" as shown here) are so full of life and joy that it can only bring a big smile to your face! "I am now working on creative photography, also enjoy taking photo of beauty, portrait and dance performance. My dream is to travel...

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  •  11.01.2011
  •  Kaymir

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Tang Chan – Reaching her goals

If I had to describe Tang Chan's photography in one word, I'd say: distance. Even though she mostly shoots portraits, there's a certain space between the viewer and the subject. I stumbled upon her work through our shuttercrack pool and instantly fell in love with her portfolio. As I'd love to know more about the person behind these intriguing pictures, here's the interview with the great Tang herself!  "I think that even when...

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  •  09.11.2009
  •  Arden

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Inverselive – an ode to polaroid

Inverselive: her photos speak louder than any interview could do because her thoughts are already deeply embedded in the movie-still-like Polaroids. Inverselive shows that the work should be the talking and we couldn't agree more with the photographer from Taipei, Taiwan. The answers are almost redundant but also shows us the minimalistic and introvert spirit of this photographer from the far east. Be amazed.. I know we are!...

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  •  11.10.2009
  •  Kaymir

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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