Anatomy of a photography by Jelena Osmolovska

This photograph is one of “Wonderland” series picture. My series “Wonderland” is about feelings when your town becomes too small for you.

Adults by Maria Plotnikova

Photographer Maria Plotnikova was born and raised in Moscow, lived in South America for several years. Until 2010 she worked as a sports and reportage photographer in the federal media

America by James Featherstone

America, Looking In is an assortment of candid street scenes, tender encounters, peaceful landscapes and abstract reflections that present a glimpse into the neglected corners of America.

Taxonomie of Fear by Alnis Stakle

My most vivid and, at the same time, traumatic childhood memories are associated with fear of death and the different coping mechanisms for dealing with it.

Place to Be by Kostyantyn Smolyaninov

No wonder, because the most interesting thing for human is another human. I feel the space around person that I see through the lens is no lesser important than the individuality of portrayed person.

The life of a Laundry Worker by Sagar Chatterjee

The life of a Laundry Worker is hard work. Expect long hours in hot rooms filled with steam, and lots of time on your feet. You also often have to wear protective gear, like rubber gloves or paper masks, in order to keep yourself safe from diseases.

New personality by Inna Mosina

The colors and elements that make up the scene put an emphasis on the significance of each work, as well as the faces of the women portrayed.

Purtraits – Pure portraits by Danny Van der Elst

Contrary to commercial photographers, I am not looking for perfect images. Rather than showing my photoshop skills, I choose to show genuine people with real feelings.

Anchors by Yulia Artemyeva

While working on this project, I was looking at reasons why people choose to stay in bed while the society requires them to be active from morning till night, unless they get sick, either physically or emotionally.

The homeless people by Johann Walter Bantz

During a walk on Normandy in the direction of the coast, I saw on a hill a small camp of Roma who had a rest there with their horse-drawn caravans. My desire to photograph a Rome family began to happen.

In search of light by Bhaskar Kundu

Almost every year, around the monsoon time, various parts of the country get affected by intense flood. States of Assam, West Bengal, Gujarat, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh are among the worst affected.

Robert Rutöd: Fair(y) Tales

An expedition through the grotesque realm of must-haves and mega-trends. It seems as if there is a constant factor amidst the diversity of our dreams: The longing for a heavenly life, the hope for permanent feeling of happiness.

Alan Gandy ; The People of Vélez-Blanco

In March of 2016 Alan Gandy and his wife Elle arrived in Vélez-Blanco for an overnight stay. Whilst sat outside Bar La Sociedad in the village that evening, they noticed that almost everyone frequenting the bar

Nilanjan Ray; Varanasi – A sacred City

The name Varanasi possibly originates from the names of the two rivers from north and south: Varuna, still flowing in Varanasi, and Asi, a small stream near Assi Ghat. 

“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.”

- Paul Caponigro

In my Backyard by Agnieszka Sosnowska

My home is a farm in East Iceland. I photograph myself, students whom I teach English, new family members and friends. The inclusion of myself into these places represents a connectedness to a place.

Train to Varanasi by Anirban Mandal

Varanasi in India is not just another tourist place which attracts backpackers, pilgrims, photographers and common tourists from all over the globe; it is also one of the oldest living cities in the world.

Grey Vista by D.P. Mahardika

This work was taken during the eruption of Merapi in 2010. Seismic activity around the volcano increased from mid-September onwards, culminating in repeated outbursts of lava and ashes.

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Anchors by Yulia Artemyeva

While working on this project, I was looking at reasons why people choose to stay in bed while the society requires them to be active from morning till night, unless they get sick, either physically or emotionally.





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Luca Tombolini ; LS, 2011

My work consist of photographing landscapes during long solo trips in remote desert areas. Taking a long time to travel is essential to revert to a more essential state of mind.

Makuridashi by Arito Nishiki

When you look at the sand grain only, it is just a mineral and inorganic thing. Once it forms sand beach, it is consistently in flux and it acts as an organism that exists in their movement. 

Riverscape by Mohammad Rahman

The riverscape of Bangladesh tells the story about the natural beauty of Bangladesh. The mood, artistic appeal, loneliness, solitude, and tranquility of our riverscape, attract many art seekers to dive into the beauty of the Mother Nature.

Edge of Darkness by Steve Silverman

Low-key black & white photography has always been a passion of mine. And since my photographic niche is black & white, it was a no-brainer to combine the two key components to capture the emotion and drama of a scene in order to express my artistic vision.

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America by James Featherstone

America, Looking In is an assortment of candid street scenes, tender encounters, peaceful landscapes and abstract reflections that present a glimpse into the neglected corners of America.

Vitamin D by Taushik Mandal

Healthy bones need vitamin D to absorb calcium and phosphate from our diets. These minerals are important for teeth and muscles as well. A vitamin D deficiency can make bones go soft, weak and leads to deformities.

Costly Signals by Danny DeGennaro

A costly signal is an evolutionary trait that develops despite it not being in an organisms best interest. In the case of a peacock, males develop elaborate plumage to attract females and display dominance

Psyche of Saudade by Alex Righetti

The people relationship always caught my interest, especially as a photographer of street portraits.I could tell you about the experiences I had with strangers for hours, being able to shutter the barrier and understand how perfectly


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Adults by Maria Plotnikova

Photographer Maria Plotnikova was born and raised in Moscow, lived in South America for several years. Until 2010 she worked as a sports and reportage photographer in the federal media

Place to Be by Kostyantyn Smolyaninov

No wonder, because the most interesting thing for human is another human. I feel the space around person that I see through the lens is no lesser important than the individuality of portrayed person.

Robert Rutöd: Fair(y) Tales

An expedition through the grotesque realm of must-haves and mega-trends. It seems as if there is a constant factor amidst the diversity of our dreams: The longing for a heavenly life, the hope for permanent feeling of happiness.


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Five minutes with Alice Zilberberg

Five minutes with Alice Zilberberg

I predict that my work is going in a personal direction that is driven from my personal life and experiences. I find myself re-inventing what I do every few years, so I will never know exactly what’s next.

Five minutes with Zuzu Valla

Five minutes with Zuzu Valla

I am always open for new projects. In the meantime, I still continue working on my two series ‘’In the Bath’’ and ‘’Freckles”. I also have some new cooperation coming which we are organising at the moment.

Five minutes with Florin Ion Firimitã

Five minutes with Florin Ion Firimitã

My father opened that magic door to me. I was very shy – today I seem more gregarious, but basically, I am just an introvert who moonlights as an extrovert. Photography is the perfect medium for someone like me.

Chatting with Denis Esakov

Chatting with Denis Esakov

I’m trying to see the world through architecture, through the sorting of reality. I appropriate the space through arranging it on individual buildings, scenes, architectural details.


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