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Five minutes with Leland Bobbe

Although I am a fan of photographers like Steve Pyke, Garry Winogrand, Richard Avedon and Harry Callahan , I think that I’ve been inspired less by other photographers and more by painters, music, and film. I love the art of Mark Rothko, Edward Hopper and George Tooker.

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Emotional Skies by Isaac Alvarez

Emotional Skies are an ongoing series of my travel photography. These series differs from places that I’ve been focusing on how there’s emotions that our planet produces.

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RKB Headshots by Robert K Baggs

I wanted to create a simple style of headshot using only natural light and reflectors, that while each image would be taken in a different location, with different lighting, a different subject and different backgrounds, still had something that tied them all together as a set.

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Chatting with Dagmar Van Weeghel

Photography was always there, but not my main tool for storytelling. After 14 years of experiencing Africa, running the NGO and making films I wanted to tell my own stories through photography as well.

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Alan Gignoux : The Oil Sands – Curse or blessing?

An elderly Alberta cowboy replied to the above question, “ In the beginning oil was a blessing, it brought Alberta from the ranks of the have not provinces to the ranks of the have provinces, it allowed schools, roads and hospitals to be built”

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Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

(Deadline: july 28, 2016) Entry is now open for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016, the leading international photographic portrait competition, which celebrates and promotes the very best in contemporary portrait photography.

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Belief – A Photo Story by Sauvik Acharyya

A series of pictures taken in North India, explores the myriad ways people worship and the media they use to search for the intangible higher truth or power.Through various rituals, festivals, fire, flowers and even alcohol, India spirituality moves ahead parallel to the nation’s modern moorings.

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Window by Fang Tong

It is often said that eyes are windows to the soul. When we think of windows, we usually look through the window at the scenery and the world.This time I want to change the perspective by looking from outside the window to inside to see different emotions and situations.

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Signs and Wonders by Alva Bernadine

In my project Signs and Wonders, I play with different kinds of signs we may encounter everyday. There is so much signage in our towns and cities we generally take them for granted but when I turned my gaze upon them, a walk around my neighborhood became redolent with creative possibilities.

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The workers by Sourabh Sarma

The workers in bricks factory in India. They work almost 12-14 hours a day and get just a minimum pay .According to government rules the owner of every brick industries are responsible for their children’s educations and health but still they won’t get it.

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Photo London 2016

London (19 – 22 May 2016) London will celebrate photography across the capital in May 2016, with Photo London at Somerset House as a focal point for city-wide exhibitions, and events.

CONCEPT

CREATIVE · CONCEPTUAL · FINE ART · STYLE
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Emotional Skies by Isaac Alvarez

Emotional Skies are an ongoing series of my travel photography. These series differs from places that I’ve been focusing on how there’s emotions that our planet produces.

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Window by Fang Tong

It is often said that eyes are windows to the soul. When we think of windows, we usually look through the window at the scenery and the world.This time I want to change the perspective by looking from outside the window to inside to see different emotions and situations.

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Ghazaleh Ghazanfari ; Magical realism

There are so many people who are not aware of Berton’s novels, the writer of surrealism principals, and so many people never think about the magic realism in visual arts, especially with photography, with which it has a close relationship, even more so than with literature.

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Harmony by Maria Babikova

The Harmony Series is a project deeply rooted in my personal history, started a year ago. The series are named after the school of rhythmic gymnastics-“Harmony”,where i spent most of my childhood.

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No kids around by William Guilmain

What’s the purpose of his presence in these places? Is he looking for his own kid ? Is he looking for his own childhood? Is he one of these adults affected by the “Peter Pan syndrome “? Is he trying to trick the old age? Perhaps this series talks about mourning.

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Eidolon by Becky Orlinski

The project – entitled Eidolon, meaning a spectre or phantom in human form – consists of four images all visualising real people’s very real nightmares. Upon conducting a survey appealing for members of the public to share their nightmares with her, Orlinski began the process of sifting through responses and starting to visualise them.

WORLD

NATURE · LANDSCAPE · SEASCAPE · WILDLIFE
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The Elements by Paul Bride

Trying to explain the concept behind my photography is never as fun as actually pressing the shutter button. Why do I try so hard to create the images I dream about? Why developed a style over the years in an attempt to define how I see the world?

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Back to Nature by Joakim Blomquist

Man has always had a fascination with animals and nature. We have on the one hand, respect for the forces of nature and the animals survival, understanding that we should live in symbiosis, but at the same time, we want to take power over them, control them.

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From the heart of the volcano by Paulo Monteiro

Three hundred thousand years is the age of the youngest island of the archipelago of the Azores. It is the second largest island of the archipelago, situated in the North Atlantic.

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Water Moods by Alex Axon

I started Water Moods project as a mirror to Urban Moods, only this time with a specific thing in mind – to use long exposures to create feelings of tranquility, where you can get an extra breath every time you watch the photos.

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Land of Gods by Jayanta roy

Gangotri National Park is a national park located in Uttarkashi District Uttarakhand, India. The size of this national park is about 2,390 square km.

CITY

ARCHITECTURE · CITYSCAPE · STREET · URBAN
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Signs and Wonders by Alva Bernadine

In my project Signs and Wonders, I play with different kinds of signs we may encounter everyday. There is so much signage in our towns and cities we generally take them for granted but when I turned my gaze upon them, a walk around my neighborhood became redolent with creative possibilities.

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Diego Bardone : Unpredictable coincidences

In his eyes there’s the lesson of humanist postwar French photographers: Doisneau, Boubat, Izis those he likes more but even Bresson and Erwitt are a big source of inspiration

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Standstill : Six Years in Greece by Mehran Khalili

Greece is a beautiful and intriguing land, full of light and life. But since 2009 it has been suffering from an unprecedented economic and social crisis, the victim of the harshest austerity programme ever implemented in Europe.

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Taught by the Streets by Keith Reid

Recently, I completed my first 365 project. It was an eye-opening experience that brought me in contact with several styles of photography, all of which I have grown to appreciate. Taking a picture everyday can be challenging

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Paradise Now by Ryan Koopmans

Paradise Now explores how urban fantasies and construction function as expressions of nationalistic ambition, blurring the line between the natural and artificial within the hypermodern city.

SHOT

PEOPLE · PORTRAIT · FASHION · NUDE
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RKB Headshots by Robert K Baggs

I wanted to create a simple style of headshot using only natural light and reflectors, that while each image would be taken in a different location, with different lighting, a different subject and different backgrounds, still had something that tied them all together as a set.

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Self Portraits by Isabella Bubola

For Isabella Bubola, a 25 year old applied arts graduate, true passion lies in fine art and portrait photography. She began shooting whatever was around her (including herself) when she was eleven and got her first digital camera without the back screen. Ever since, her camera has been a most faithful companion.

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Cergy’s Faces by Jean-Pierre Duvergé

A picture is worth more than words, I decided to show it by photographing anonymous people who could be our neighbors, the retailer where we go every day, a person who passes in the street you look and who you look, a smile sometimes.

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Portrait of the Aryans by Abhishek Nandy

Beyond the rich heritage of monasteries, the spirit of Buddhism, the captivating Landscapes and the Indus, one specific facet of Ladakh which has always fascinated me is the legendary inhabitation of pure-blooded Aryans in this parts of the region.

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Similar looking we refuse to cooperate by Claudio Rasano

Portrait series photographed outdoors, in daylight, posed in front of a plain white paper background. Uniforms are compulsory in all state schools and in most private schools in South Africa.

STORY

DAILY LIFE · DOCUMENTARY · JOURNALISM · TRAVEL
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Alan Gignoux : The Oil Sands – Curse or blessing?

An elderly Alberta cowboy replied to the above question, “ In the beginning oil was a blessing, it brought Alberta from the ranks of the have not provinces to the ranks of the have provinces, it allowed schools, roads and hospitals to be built”

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Belief – A Photo Story by Sauvik Acharyya

A series of pictures taken in North India, explores the myriad ways people worship and the media they use to search for the intangible higher truth or power.Through various rituals, festivals, fire, flowers and even alcohol, India spirituality moves ahead parallel to the nation’s modern moorings.

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The workers by Sourabh Sarma

The workers in bricks factory in India. They work almost 12-14 hours a day and get just a minimum pay .According to government rules the owner of every brick industries are responsible for their children’s educations and health but still they won’t get it.

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A Story of Faith by Siddhartha Banerjee

Faith makes a man move mountains. It is seldom reasons and mostly faith that makes a man cross barriers , struggle hard, sacrifice his well-being. The world has had a lot of stories of faith , stories where men did what reason would never allow them to do.

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Shiny Ghost by Rachel Cox

Rachel Cox lives and works in Lansing, Michigan, USA. Prints from Cox’s series have been presented at The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Houston Center for Photography, David Weinberg Gallery in Chicago, and the Philadelphia Photo Art Center.

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Stone carvings of Keshana by Abhishek Nandy

Stone carvings of Orissa dates back to the 9th century and was contemporary to the Kalinga school of medieval Indian architecture. The state of Orissa in India is known for its rich cultural and artistic inheritance.

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Alan Gignoux : The Oil Sands – Curse or blessing?

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An elderly Alberta cowboy replied to the above question, “ In the beginning oil was a blessing, it brought Alberta from the ranks of the have not provinces to the ranks of the have provinces, it allowed schools, roads and hospitals to be built”

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Signs and Wonders by Alva Bernadine

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In my project Signs and Wonders, I play with different kinds of signs we may encounter everyday. There is so much signage in our towns and cities we generally take them for granted but when I turned my gaze upon them, a walk around my neighborhood became redolent with creative possibilities.

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In The Land Of The Northern Lights

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It is a video of the Northern Lights created using stills (stop motion). All sequences are shot in or close to Tromsø in Northern Norway.

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THE BEST INTERVIEWS WITH THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHERS
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Five minutes with Leland Bobbe

Although I am a fan of photographers like Steve Pyke, Garry Winogrand, Richard Avedon and Harry Callahan , I think that I’ve been inspired less by other photographers and more by painters, music, and film. I love the art of Mark Rothko, Edward Hopper and George Tooker.

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Chatting with Dagmar Van Weeghel

Photography was always there, but not my main tool for storytelling. After 14 years of experiencing Africa, running the NGO and making films I wanted to tell my own stories through photography as well.

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Interview with Thom Pierce

It is a great quality and I love the range of styles that are represented. It is always nice to see your work in print but especially so when the print quality is very high and the overall product feels like a work of art.

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Interview with Gili Yaari

I was excited to receive the print. The quality of both content and production is nothing less than amazing. It takes a lot of courage and vision to decide on going to print these days when publications are moving to the online.

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Interview with Francesco Ridolfi

I find it really nice, with a beautiful thick cover and a good printing quality. Thanks again for the opportunity, it has been a pleasure to be part of this first issue!

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Interview with Yuri Benitez

There is nothing compared to the feeling of printed paper in your hands when it comes to a photo image. The print quality is excellent, and the editorial design is also top notch

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Interview with Stefanie Minzenmay

I very much like the print edition showing the different types of photography. The work of different photographers has been very well chosen and combined in this 01 edition

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Interview with Lisa Bettany

Lisa Bettany is a Canadian tech entrepreneur and one of the most influential photographers on the web. She is cofounder of the top-ranked photography iPhone app, Camera+ which has sold over 14 million copies and is the best-selling camera app of all-time.

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