NYC Out Loud

Reflection by Lilyan Aloma

I have spent the greater part of my life living in Manhattan, a city with a constantly changing visual plan that continues to inspire me to explore its physical complexity.

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Outside by Alexander Mendelevich

From the first meeting with the world of photography 20 years ago, he felt that the reality and the image in the photograph are very similar and at the same time different.

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Aaron Sehmar ; In-between moments

Fine art photography allows me to be able to come up with ideas for images that are a lot more conceptual, where the end result is more of a catalyst for a larger discussion about various topics, such as the purpose of photography, hyperreality, artifice and displacement.

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40 days of high and low tides

Saint Petersburg (21.07 / 21.8) Art of Foto Gallery presents a personal exhibition of the Saint Petersburg photographer Ekaterina Vasilyeva. The exhibition includes twenty black and white prints.

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Bath by Barbara Iweins

Barbara Iweins is a Belgian photographer who has lived for some time in Amsterdam.She is now back in Brussels with her latest delicate photographs of women bathing. A collection of vulnerable moments infused with soothing colors of milky waters with hues of pink, mint and blue.

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The White City by Angie McMonigal

The city can be beautiful. The city can be ghastly. In this series, inspired by Erik Larson’s bestselling historical book, The Devil in the White City, McMonigal examines the urban environment as a physical manifestation of human intentions, both the good and the evil.

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The Langtang Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Hundred disappeared when entire villages and homes in Langtang were wiped out when landslides, avalanches and icefalls caused by the two earth quakes that hit Nepal on 25. April and 12. May 2015.

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Second Best by Nikolai Linares

Historically we always only focus on the winners so giving a name and a face to the people who come in second was Nikolai Linares whole idea.

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Lights Out by Esteban Brocos

A beautiful project created by the Peruvian photographer Esteban Brocos trying to create a collective consciousness, it takes a long time to be ready but here it is.

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Someone Here by Alexandra Uhart

Alexandra Uhart is an artist photographer born in Chile who is based in London. Before turning her focus to the photographic pursuit she studied Aesthetics, which helped shape the philosophical enquiries that she would later express visually in her work.

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Moving Portraits by Barbaros Kayan

In the year 2014, because of the constant clashes in the region, a big wave of immigrants came from the town of Kobani in Syria towards the Turkish border.

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Wiebke Haas ; Fine art equine

Wiebke Haas is a dedicated award-winning equine and animal photographer from Germany. Ever since she was a little girl she dreamt of hoof-beats and flying through the fields on a back of a horse.

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A determined man by Kazunori Nagashima

The distinctive man is characterized as a guy who has determined to do something important for him. Even the context is not specified exactly in the photographs, we could imagine and relish his hiding situation and consideration like a daydream.

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Interview with Scott Bourne

Scott’s been involved with photography for more than four decades and is an internationally-recognized thought leader and artist. His work has appeared in more than 200 publications and he’s received hundreds of industry awards for his photography.

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Ashura Day by Kostis Ntantamis

The Day of Ashura is commemorated by Shi’a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH.

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Outside by Alexander Mendelevich

From the first meeting with the world of photography 20 years ago, he felt that the reality and the image in the photograph are very similar and at the same time different.

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Aaron Sehmar ; In-between moments

Fine art photography allows me to be able to come up with ideas for images that are a lot more conceptual, where the end result is more of a catalyst for a larger discussion about various topics, such as the purpose of photography, hyperreality, artifice and displacement.

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Moving Portraits by Barbaros Kayan

In the year 2014, because of the constant clashes in the region, a big wave of immigrants came from the town of Kobani in Syria towards the Turkish border.

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A determined man by Kazunori Nagashima

The distinctive man is characterized as a guy who has determined to do something important for him. Even the context is not specified exactly in the photographs, we could imagine and relish his hiding situation and consideration like a daydream.

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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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Someone Here by Alexandra Uhart

Alexandra Uhart is an artist photographer born in Chile who is based in London. Before turning her focus to the photographic pursuit she studied Aesthetics, which helped shape the philosophical enquiries that she would later express visually in her work.

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Wiebke Haas ; Fine art equine

Wiebke Haas is a dedicated award-winning equine and animal photographer from Germany. Ever since she was a little girl she dreamt of hoof-beats and flying through the fields on a back of a horse.

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Oblique rays of light by Guillaume d´Hubert

Walking through the garden where the famous French author was raised leads me to connect with ancient feelings surviving around like perfumes in the air.

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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?

CITY

NYC Out Loud

Reflection by Lilyan Aloma

I have spent the greater part of my life living in Manhattan, a city with a constantly changing visual plan that continues to inspire me to explore its physical complexity.

Ready To Seize Me

The White City by Angie McMonigal

The city can be beautiful. The city can be ghastly. In this series, inspired by Erik Larson’s bestselling historical book, The Devil in the White City, McMonigal examines the urban environment as a physical manifestation of human intentions, both the good and the evil.

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The Athenians by Socrates Baltagiannis

Athens, capital of Greece and one of the most historic cities in the world. Also, one of the cities that the media has turn their spotlights on for almost 6 years now, due to the economic crisis.

Empire of Dust by Amélie Labourdette

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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Bath by Barbara Iweins

Barbara Iweins is a Belgian photographer who has lived for some time in Amsterdam.She is now back in Brussels with her latest delicate photographs of women bathing. A collection of vulnerable moments infused with soothing colors of milky waters with hues of pink, mint and blue.

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Second Best by Nikolai Linares

Historically we always only focus on the winners so giving a name and a face to the people who come in second was Nikolai Linares whole idea.

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Lights Out by Esteban Brocos

A beautiful project created by the Peruvian photographer Esteban Brocos trying to create a collective consciousness, it takes a long time to be ready but here it is.

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Masks of the 20 th century by Dasha Matrosova

It’s not by fluke or by accident that this photoset is dedicated to the 20th century! I consider this period to be the brightest and the most unusual one in the history of art.

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Elefantentreffen by Alessandro D’Angelo

Every winter for the past 60 years, a few thousand riders from throughout Europe descend on Germany in the dead of winter for three days of laughter

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The Langtang Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Hundred disappeared when entire villages and homes in Langtang were wiped out when landslides, avalanches and icefalls caused by the two earth quakes that hit Nepal on 25. April and 12. May 2015.

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Ashura Day by Kostis Ntantamis

The Day of Ashura is commemorated by Shi’a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH.

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After five years by Bence Bakonyi

Five years ago, a terrible natural disaster shook the surroundings of Haiti’s capital. During this time the media spotlight closely followed the fate of the most unprivileged country in the western world.

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Kushti, Indian wrestling by Alain Schroeder

Kushti is the traditional form of Indian wrestling established centuries ago in Persia. In vogue during the 16th century Mughal era, this art is practiced in a type of gymnasium called an Akhara.

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(Un)Settled territory by Orestis Seferoglou

Idomeni (Greek: Ειδομένη) is a small village in Greece, near the borders with the FYROM. The village is built in an elevation of 65 meters, in the outskirts of Kouri hill. It mounts in the West bank of Axios river.

Paul from Congo who was too afraid of being photographed. He was trafficked to Nepal and now lives there as an illegal refugee.

Belonging to Nowhere by Jan Møller Hansen

Nepal is home to refugees from Tibet and Bhutan. But what is less known is that the country also houses hundreds of urban refugees from Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Congo, Somalia, Afghanistan and other countries.

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Interview with Scott Bourne

Scott’s been involved with photography for more than four decades and is an internationally-recognized thought leader and artist. His work has appeared in more than 200 publications and he’s received hundreds of industry awards for his photography.

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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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