This project is a multilayered one. First I was thinking about how I could raise money for Deseret Community School in Uganda with the tool of art and preferably in collaboration with the children of the school itself.
Magnus Hastings is a portrait photographer whose current series of large-scale photographs, and accompanying book, Why Drag?, focuses on the phenomenal artistry and counter-cultural spirit of the international drag scene.
It happened that a couple of years ago, during literature festival “Panevezys Literary Winter”, a perfect opportunity arose to take pictures of the event participants – people from Lithuanian literature world.
We live at present in a society where we do not take time any more. The consumption gives rhythm to our everyday life and our desire to acquire new goods in quantities always more important, grows day to day.
Michael David Adams’ Fashion photography has taken him around the world from beautiful Caribbean islands and breathtaking coast of Mexico, to exquisite European destinations like Paris, Venice, Nice, and Croatia to name a few..
The project “Autre” was created by the UBERlab conceptual laboratory. Which consists of photographer and stylist from Kiev, Ukraine. The form of the photo project is expressed in the unification of photography and collage.
Spots, lines, shapes , shadows and lights …- all that is about graphics which I want to talk about. Every photographer has personal features and unique style of shooting. Everyone has strong and weak sides.
For Dutch photographer Peter Kemp the storytelling element is essential in his photography. “It has to be open to different interpretations, making people look more carefully at the picture, triggering them to create stories from it.”
Fashion designer Elsien Gringhuis’ designs of her latest capsule collection are an abstraction of the landscapes of the Dutch Island Schiermonnikoog. She incorporated photographer Tse Kao’s photographs of the islander landscapes.
The photographer, Uli Weber, has built a global reputation on his mastery of two distinct fields: capturing the profound and the profane in a popular culture fixated with celebrity; and revealing the intimate truths of portraiture.
At the moment Peter Zelei creates images, but it wasn’t always like this. He is originally a trained pharmacist. He actually has a master and a Dr. title. But he has tried lots of things in the past years.
There is no such thing as compromising with nature; we simply abide by how it lives and exist as a part of it. Nature is very relevant to each individual’s well-being, but more so than it is part of us, we are part of it.