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Coastline by Tomasz Lazar

Polish coastline has a length of about 500 km. On it there are several sandy beaches, cliffs, fishing villages and bathing. One of the most interesting places are Kaszuby.

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Edyta Dufaj : Between pure objectivity and ethereal dream

Last year graduate from the Krakow’s Academy of Fine Arts’ Photography Studio.Laureate and finalist of several contests, including Adobe Design Achievements Awards in New York, Poznan Photo Diploma Award, International Biennale of Landscape Photography, 5th Polish Biennale of Photography “City and People – Dynamics”.

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Roombacalypse

The result was a psychedelic look that I had a lot of fun with! To amplify the patterns, I used a variation of mirroring effects to create symmetrical designs.

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Snowy landscape by Tomoharu Ota

I am a Japanese photographer living in the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido. My photography ranges over many subjects including landscape, cityscape, nature and experimental abstracts.

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Five minutes with Reka Nyari

I’m a New York based fashion photographer and artist. I grew up in Finland and Hungary, and came to NYC to study painting at the age of 17.

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Structure by John A. Chakeres

I see the world as an image from which I choose parts to create my photographs. For me, a wall begins as a canvas, a two-dimensional surface, a foundation on which to build an image.

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Street series by Christophe-Paul Sauvage

My series talk about our inner life. They look at the way we deal with political and social issues, relationships and values, emotions and rational thinking.

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Subtracting the color by Elmar Akhmetov

This project is my try to look at the things that inspired me for so long from a new perspective, learning to appreciate them as they are. I cannot refer to these photographs as to pure landscapes, though landscapes are present in the selection.

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Creative

Conceptual & Fine Art
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Edyta Dufaj : Between pure objectivity and ethereal dream

Last year graduate from the Krakow’s Academy of Fine Arts’ Photography Studio.Laureate and finalist of several contests, including Adobe Design Achievements Awards in New York, Poznan Photo Diploma Award, International Biennale of Landscape Photography, 5th Polish Biennale of Photography “City and People – Dynamics”.

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Water – Tomohide Ikeya

We thought human could control water if we had lots of equipments and cared for risks in water, but human never be able to live in water. And we also never be able to live without water.

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Suspended by Natalie Barbosa

Ballet from the beginning, was and often still is, concentrated on making the dancer look polished, perfect, in character, focused on the end performance, or the final outstretched movement.

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Tortured Mind by Petri Damstén

I started photographing seriously after I got retired and wanted to try something creative. I had tried darkroom with black and white prints ages ago, but mainly my photography was just snapshots before that.

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Estranged in Iceland by RS Nisio

I am trying to visualize the ominous, the bizarre and the cinematic around me through my own lens and following my own rules.

Nature

Landscape, Seascape & Wildlife
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Snowy landscape by Tomoharu Ota

I am a Japanese photographer living in the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido. My photography ranges over many subjects including landscape, cityscape, nature and experimental abstracts.

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Subtracting the color by Elmar Akhmetov

This project is my try to look at the things that inspired me for so long from a new perspective, learning to appreciate them as they are. I cannot refer to these photographs as to pure landscapes, though landscapes are present in the selection.

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Internal spirit – Jayanta Roy

As a photographer, I am always interested in black and white landscape and portrait photography; I travel a lot, and every time I travel only to see and capture the world around us, for me photography is freedom.

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Tom Fallon Photography

Aside from photography I have had too many hobbies to list, my best friend as my life partner and 4 magical little critters called children. Like hobbies, I have too many jobs to list.

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Wet Dog by Sophie Gamand

Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2011, with both a documentary and artistic approaches,

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City

Architecture, Street & Urban
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Street series by Christophe-Paul Sauvage

My series talk about our inner life. They look at the way we deal with political and social issues, relationships and values, emotions and rational thinking.

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Sharon Tenenbaum – Where creativity lies

I consider myself to be first and foremost an artist before I am a photographer. Since I can’t draw to save my life, I use the camera as my brush to express my vision of reality.

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The search for Beauty – Johannes Heuckeroth

My biggest project until now is my work about Dubai. In 2012 I spent five days there and then worked for 5 month on a book and website about my images and my experience.

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Typology of concrete by Ludovic Maillard

I like to explore the ordinary urban landscape, because whatever ugly city we designed, and we did a lot of ugly constructions in France since the 1950’s,

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American Deindustrialization by Joseph Romeo

A current project that I’ve been working on over the past few years is a series called American Deindustrialization. All along the American Rust Belt are rapidly disappearing relics of Americas Industrial past.

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Stranger Than Fiction by Sam Golanski

New York is vibrant, crowdy and the most of all unpredictable. I spent six weeks last year on the streets of NYC trying to define life and people of this great place.

People

Portrait, Fashion & Nude
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People by Mahesh B

My name is Mahesh and I am from Chennai, India. Basically, I am a software engineer and an amateur photographer. I have been taking pictures around 6 years now. I love people and street photography.

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Lifeforms : Women by Kobal Mitja

Mitja Kobal is a freelance photographer from Ljubljana, Slovenia, now based in Vienna, Austria. Born ’81, studied Japanese and Philosophy, djing locally and globally for over 10 years

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China Dolls by Nathalie Daoust

In 2006, Nathalie Daoust went to China for an artist residency with the Red Gate Gallery and fell in love with the culture.

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After Sargent by Lydia Panas

All artists are haunted by specific themes, and mine are about loss and longing. Taking pictures satisfies a need for connecting and intimacy that does not have to bend

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Erotic photography – Reka Nyari

Born in 1979 to a Finnish mother and a Hungarian father, Reka started painting even before she could walk or talk. This led her to New York to study Painting at SVA at the age on

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Nudes series by Jerry Cargill

Photographing with the Holga, a toy camera, creates an image that more closely approximates natural human vision, with vignetting and darkening edges.

Documentary

Journalism & Travel
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Coastline by Tomasz Lazar

Polish coastline has a length of about 500 km. On it there are several sandy beaches, cliffs, fishing villages and bathing. One of the most interesting places are Kaszuby.

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Love, Lost Love by Morten Germund

After 60 years of marriage my grandmother dies and leaves my grandfather, Peter Erik Andreasen, as a widower. For the first in his life he’s struggling with loneliness.

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En Face by Paola Serino

I use photography, and the portrait in particular, as an expressive tool and medium to investigate emotional dynamics. When making a portrait, you are looking at and describing the other but, at the same time, you are looking inside yourself too.

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BALI – Infrared by Marcel Rebro

Winner dodho awards – Traveling with art 2013 – The first time I smelled developer was in 1985 when I was memeber of National Sport Center (Parachuting) in Lučenec.

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The Northernmost coal mines in the world by Anna Filipova

Svalbard is cold, dark and isolated island. Norway and Russia are the only two nations with settlements there. It was the coal mining that established communities in Svalbard during the 1920s and nowadays still remains the main industry.

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The Gentle Punks by Cassandra Giraldo

Five young women, dressed in colorful tights and balaclavas, entered the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow, and began singing—“Virgin Mary, Mother of God, chase Putin out/Chase Putin out, chase Putin out.”

Style

Abstract, Still Life & Mobile
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Structure by John A. Chakeres

I see the world as an image from which I choose parts to create my photographs. For me, a wall begins as a canvas, a two-dimensional surface, a foundation on which to build an image.

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City of Obscure Battles by Christophe-Paul Sauvage

My series talk about our inner life. They look at the way we deal with political and social issues, relationships and values, emotions and rational thinking. They are built as poetical, oneiric and metaphorical fictions.

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Geometry by Wen-Han Chang

These borders alter their degree of thickness and curve by the forces on both sides of adjacent. Under such physical processes, it turns out the line within our vision.

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Logbook by Yanina Boldyreva

This project shows space surrounding me as the post-apocalyptic world. It has people, architecture, and only separate ruins which jut out of a ground indicate the past developments.

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Fukushima, invisible pain by Florian Ruiz

I used a pinhole camera with long exposure times to create a record of the presence of radioactive danger. A dosimeter measured the level of radiation in micro Sieverts (µSv) received during each exposure.

Five Minutes

One question · Thousand answers
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Five minutes with Reka Nyari

I’m a New York based fashion photographer and artist. I grew up in Finland and Hungary, and came to NYC to study painting at the age of 17.

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Five minutes with Yoav Friedländer

In most of my work I use my toyo 45AII 4”x5” camera along with transparency film. This combination pretty much mirrors my ambivalent approach and work process when producing my work.

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Five Minutes With Alexei Krasnikov

At the moment when I took a camera in my hands for the first time I thought that it must be very interesting to create in this field. I felt that a camera can help do a lot, much more than merely document facts.

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Five minutes with Einar Sira

I try to work very slow with my pictures, trying to get the right light and exposure. I do most of my work in my garden. There i have a pond and also the rest of the backdrops i have built.

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Five minutes with Holly Kehrt

I loved taking photos of my son and I thought to myself “ I want to take better photos of him, and maybe I will sign up for a photography class”. I had no idea of where to start, but I knew I needed a basic photography course.

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Five minutes with Audrey Simper

I am a full time freelance photographer that specializes in fashion portraiture and creative photography.

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Five minutes with Sean Archer

My real name is Stanislav Puchkovsky, I live in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Graduated from Architectural Academy, worked in advertising and broadcast design.

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Five minutes with Jorge Chavarria

The ideal photographic situation is when the image that I see in the viewfinder is the image that was in my mind or even better