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The Amazing World of Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson is a photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Prague, Czech Republic and Sweden. He is working on both personal and commissioned projects with clients all around the world. Erik doesn’t capture moments, he captures ideas.

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The Selfie Project and Kristoffer Eliassen’s staged photography

The Selfie Project by Norwegian photographer Kristoffer Eliassen explores the relations between man and technology through staged photography. Eliassen, originally educated from Bergen Academy of Art and Design (Norway), has throughout his whole career been interested in this particular topic.

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5 Great Documentary Photographers

The photographs are not illustrative. They, and the text, are coequal, mutually independent, and fully collaborative. By their fewness, and by the importance of the reader’s eye, this will be misunderstood by most of that minority which does not wholly ignore it.

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Migrant Tomatoes by Francesco Amorosino

These are the subjects of the series Migrant Tomatoes by Italian photographer Francesco Amorosino, who won the Sony World Photography Award this year in still life category.

Gaby Depeyre worked at a cabaret where she sang and danced. Unlike most of Picasso’s women, she played hard to get with the painter and he would write her love letters all the time. From the beginning, she never let the painter steal her soul. She weighed pro and cons of a possible relationship with Picasso and in the end chose the affective certainty of another man, Herbert Lespinasse. However, she was quite conscious of what she was giving up when she refused Picasso’s marriage proposal, and this makes her choice even more courageous.

Picasso’s Women by Cristina Vatielli

The project was conceived to reveal the stories of the women who revolved around Pablo Picasso’s life, by strongly influencing the work of the most acclaimed artist of the XX century.

Marie Therese Walter was Picasso’s mistress and model, from 1927 until about 1935 and the mother of his daughter, Maya Widmaier-Picasso. Their relationship began when she was seventeen years old; Marie Thérèse always hoped that Picasso would marry her one day. She eventually hanged herself four years after Picasso’s death

Picasso’s Lovers exhibition

Rome (16.4.2016 – 15.7.2016) The exhibition of photographs by Cristina Vatielli, curated by Annalisa D’Angelo, draws inspiration from the theatrical work Loves of Picasso by Terry D’Alfonso. Eight large portraits represent the women who mostly influenced the sentimental and artistic life of Picasso

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5 Great Architectural Photographers

The ultimate goal of the architect…is to create a paradise. Every house, every product of architecture… should be a fruit of our endeavour to build an earthly paradise for people.

AK(22), a Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, at a temporary shelter in Bayeun, East Aceh, Indonesia.

On May 20th 2015, around 400 refugees and asylum-seekers stranded at sea for months were rescued by Indonesian Fisherman in Julok, Aceh province, Indonesia.

Stateless Women by Fauzan Ijazah

Some of them reached the shore on their own, but most of them were rescued off at sea by the Acehnese fishermen. Indonesian Government, NGOs and local communities have given humanitarian assistance to these refugees ever since.

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Inside the Camera Bag of Alfredo Macchi

Normally I travel with two camera bodies, a Canon 7D and an old Canon 30D, two machines to read but very reliable, even under extreme conditions. I carry tree objectives: a 10-22 1: 3.5 – 4.5 which is the one I prefer, a 17-55 1: 2.8 which is good for all situations and a 70-200 1: 4 in the case of subjects distant.

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Lucha Libre Extrema by Annick Donkers

Annick has been traveling widely in Mexico since 2002, and after many years of living between countries, finally decided to settle permanently in Mexico City.

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La danza de los Diablos by Leandro Viana

Through the Diablada, a folk dance with Andean origin that represents in a simple way the fight between the evil and good, the work investigates the struggle of the Bolivian immigrants living in a foreigner country.

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Andrea Rossato ; Joy for all ages …

Summer holidays at sea is a time of joy and fun for all ages. Sometimes the seniors become kids again, other times parents play jokes on children. The social rules are, thus, often broken, creating in this way brand new relationships.

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Festival Images Vevey 2016

Vevey (Sep 10 to Oct 2) Confirming its status as Switzerland’s first Biennale of visual arts, the Festival will present original installations by international artists and up-and-coming talents in unexpected places.

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Still life with dissolving flowers by Dina Belenko

Adding action to your still life is always a good idea. Spilled coffee, falling sprinkles, or rising steam are wonderful tools to bring your image to life. How about adding to this toolkit some dissolving flowers or fruits?

CONCEPT

CREATIVE · CONCEPTUAL · FINE ART · STYLE
1431033646792

The Amazing World of Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson is a photographer and retoucher from Sweden based in Prague, Czech Republic and Sweden. He is working on both personal and commissioned projects with clients all around the world. Erik doesn’t capture moments, he captures ideas.

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The Selfie Project and Kristoffer Eliassen’s staged photography

The Selfie Project by Norwegian photographer Kristoffer Eliassen explores the relations between man and technology through staged photography. Eliassen, originally educated from Bergen Academy of Art and Design (Norway), has throughout his whole career been interested in this particular topic.

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Migrant Tomatoes by Francesco Amorosino

These are the subjects of the series Migrant Tomatoes by Italian photographer Francesco Amorosino, who won the Sony World Photography Award this year in still life category.

Gaby Depeyre worked at a cabaret where she sang and danced. Unlike most of Picasso’s women, she played hard to get with the painter and he would write her love letters all the time. From the beginning, she never let the painter steal her soul. She weighed pro and cons of a possible relationship with Picasso and in the end chose the affective certainty of another man, Herbert Lespinasse. However, she was quite conscious of what she was giving up when she refused Picasso’s marriage proposal, and this makes her choice even more courageous.

Picasso’s Women by Cristina Vatielli

The project was conceived to reveal the stories of the women who revolved around Pablo Picasso’s life, by strongly influencing the work of the most acclaimed artist of the XX century.

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Shifts of perception by Michel van Weegberg

With a love for old analogue cameras and lenses, I roam the internet, on the search for new, mostly old, equipment. Often those treasure finds lead me to new insights or new possible techniques I have to try out.

Tales from the hidden attic

Michael Vincent Manalo ; Imagined memories

Born in Manila, Philippines in 1986, Michael lives and is based in Taichung, Taiwan. He is a visual artist who focuses on photography, photo-manipulation and installations.

WORLD

NATURE · LANDSCAPE · SEASCAPE · WILDLIFE
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Hidden Landscape by Stefan Schlumpf

Grey, melted snow and ice runs like silent tears. Crumbling, ancient ice crunches. Tired from the fight against the warmth, the glaciers take flight, fleeing from human ignorance.

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Uncommon Landscapes by Ty Poland

Ty Poland is a 21 year old photographer and a graduate of Monmouth University with a Bachelors in art and concentration in photography. After three years in the major, Ty’s style began to develop into a sense of what the eye can’t see.

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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.

CITY

ARCHITECTURE · CITYSCAPE · STREET · URBAN
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Empire of Dust by Amélie Labourdette

Amelie Labourdette interrogates through her photographic work, which is in the landscape, is a priori invisible. There is always a blurred area of concern, a landscape underneath the visible landscape, which is not given at first gaze.

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City and Country by Alex Cooke

Alex Cooke is a portrait, events, and landscape photographer from Cleveland, OH. A musician and mathematician, he found that his artistic inclinations and obsessive attention to detail suited him perfectly to photography.

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Stories Retold by Lukas Vasilikos

His influences from Henri Cartier-Bresson to André Kertész and from Garry Winogrand to Josef Koudelka and Roy De Carava, as well as from the great Greek photographers, older and contemporary such as Nikos Economopoulos, enrich the inspirations and form the photographic aesthetics of the new author.

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European Street Photography by Katharina Fitz

“Europe Through My Eyes“ is a photo series by the Austrian photographer Katharina Fitz, which explores the urban landscape of European cities.

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Gate by Erlend Mikael Saeverud

Sæverud use inspiration from science fiction, surrealism, and film noir to create a world where the city streets are illuminated by the celestial glow of quasars while ominous black holes become passages to parallel worlds.

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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.

SHOT

PEOPLE · PORTRAIT · FASHION · NUDE
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La danza de los Diablos by Leandro Viana

Through the Diablada, a folk dance with Andean origin that represents in a simple way the fight between the evil and good, the work investigates the struggle of the Bolivian immigrants living in a foreigner country.

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Out by Eltaj Zeynalov

I started this project after my research about people with mental disability in my country. I have been working on this project for six years.

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Common Sensibility by Jo Bentdal

The expression is derived from the highlight of the Renaissance: the portrait. The essence of a human being. The sensitive faces exude authority. Their backs are straight. The gaze is fixed. Ambiguous. Can they trust us?

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African Hauteness by Belinda Muller

African Hauteness is inspired by African masks, Feathers and Kuba cloths colors and unique textures unique to African fashion.

STORY

DAILY LIFE · DOCUMENTARY · JOURNALISM · TRAVEL
AK(22), a Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, at a temporary shelter in Bayeun, East Aceh, Indonesia.

On May 20th 2015, around 400 refugees and asylum-seekers stranded at sea for months were rescued by Indonesian Fisherman in Julok, Aceh province, Indonesia.

Stateless Women by Fauzan Ijazah

Some of them reached the shore on their own, but most of them were rescued off at sea by the Acehnese fishermen. Indonesian Government, NGOs and local communities have given humanitarian assistance to these refugees ever since.

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Lucha Libre Extrema by Annick Donkers

Annick has been traveling widely in Mexico since 2002, and after many years of living between countries, finally decided to settle permanently in Mexico City.

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Andrea Rossato ; Joy for all ages …

Summer holidays at sea is a time of joy and fun for all ages. Sometimes the seniors become kids again, other times parents play jokes on children. The social rules are, thus, often broken, creating in this way brand new relationships.

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Dancing in the Rain by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Darjeeling has always been a place of attraction in my life. A small Hill station located at an altitude of 2042 meter changed my thinking about rain in our life. In my life I always used to run for shelter with the rain.

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Baikal of wonders by Alina Desyatnichenko

The land of Baikal region in Russia has always been sacred for the local indigenous peoples – buryats. And shamans who could talk to local gods were revered as a hereditary caste of the chosen.

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The 9 Month Story by Satyaki Biswas

Whether your pregnancy was meticulously planned, medically coaxed, or happened by surprise, one thing is certain – your life will never be the same.

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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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