Thamer Al-Tassan

I’m an amateur photographer born in Saudi Arabia in 1981, educated and lived in the US for 12 years. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Tampa. I fell into photography by chance in 2004 and started learning about it on my own without taking any classes […]

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Paul Nicklen

As a young boy, Paul, a Canadian-born Arctic ecosystem specialist and marine biologist, moved to Baffin Island and spent his childhood among the Inuit people. From them he learned the love of nature, the understanding of icy ecosystems, and the survival skills that have turned him into one of the most successful wildlife and nature […]

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Eugene Atget

  French photographer. An only child of working-class parents, he was orphaned at an early age and went to sea. Determined to be an actor, he managed to study at the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique in Paris for a year but was dismissed to finish his military service. Thereafter he acted for several seasons in the […]

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Sean Scheidt

Sean Scheidt is a photographer working in Baltimore, Los Angeles and New York.  Originally trained as a painter, he began incorporating photographic elements into his paintings until they became the dominant feature.  He believes in making photographs not just taking a picture; a level of control that can more accurately render ideas and narratives.  Relationships […]

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Brothers Grimm, Kilian Schonberger

“Brothers Grimm‘s Wanderings“ is a new breathtaking photo series by German photographer Kilian Schönberger inspired by the gloomy tales of these legendary storytellers. After the success of his “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland” series, which he created a year ago, the photographer has continued traveling throughout Central Europe to capture landscapes that look like scenes from old […]

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E.O. Hoppé

Hoppé was, in his own way, a feminist, as his Book of Fair Women (1922) made abundantly clear. To him, the mind was the key to true attractiveness. It was a departure from previous conceptions of beauty, which focused on the shape and balance of physical proportions. For anyone socially aware to produce nudes during […]

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Lucien Clergue

Lucien Clergue, first photographer to be elected to the Académie des Beaux Arts in Paris, has published more than 75 books and numerous films. The artist’s life was made by encounters and friendships, his images of Picasso, Cocteau or St John Perse bear witness to these intimate exchanges between exceptional souls.Awaiting the opening of Lucien […]

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David Bellemere

  David Bellemere was born and raised in Paris.  He discovered photography during his high school years, which led him to study visual arts after his Baccalaureate. While in college, David caught the eye of various French magazines that commissioned him in his early 20s. After graduation David decided to combine his 2 passions, photography […]

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Mira Nedyalkova

I have always loved photography as art, but i started with drawing and I was also was a model.Later in 2007 I discovered photography as a means to express myself and completely replaced painting. My photographs are not exactly a photographs, my creations are somewhere in between paintings and photography. In my images I use pain as […]

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