Dan St. Andrei

Romanian-born photographer Dan St. Andrei (or Dan Andrei, for short) adopts a philosophical approach to the art of photography. He states: “Life is eventually an eternal attempt to understand your purpose, to build up and mold, to grow and to define yourself … I would like to discover daily reasons to love myself.”  His images […]

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Éric Antoine

Eric Antoine was born in 1974. At the age of 20 he left France for the first time to meet his best friend in New York. A few days later his friend kicked him out of his place but he met a way more reliable companion: his first Nikon Fm2 and a Kodak triX film. […]

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Ulet Ifansasti

Ulet Ifansasti is a freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer, with interest in social, environmental and cultural issues. He is born in Papua and currently base in Yogyakarta-Indonesia. Ulet joined international photo agency Getty Images in 2008 and has been a regular contributor and stringer since. As a freelance photographer Ulet covers a variety of assignments […]

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Sony Photography Awards

“The Old Teacher In Hanoi, VietNam.” Photo by Bao Vu, Vietnam. “A Hindu monk is walking in a foggy winter morning of a mango garden of Dinajpur.” Photo by Jubair Bin Iqbal, Bangladesh. “Blue Tit Looking at it’s Reflection in Some Water.” Photo by Georg May, Germany. “Woman suspended in a mass of feathers.” Photo […]

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25 Of The Best Shortlisted Photos From The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

On the Tundra by Simon Morris Frog Story by Harfian Herdi Old Shepherd by Saeed Barikani Cat Mothers by Ramil Gilvano CAESAR by Christian Berthelot Sweat and Blood by Marcin Kloce Pray by Muhammad Berkati Restricted Areas by Danila Tkachenko Underwater Grace by Jonathan Yeap Chin Tiong Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth The secondary trainer […]

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Bill Brandt

Bill Brandt was a British photographer and photojournalist. Although born in Germany, Brandt moved to England, where he became known for his images of British society for such magazine as Lilliput and Picture Post, later his distorted nudes, portraits of famous artists and landscapes. He is widely considered to be one of the most important […]

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30 years of Reuters pictures

Reuters multi-award winning photographers are celebrated here in a three part retrospective on the 30th anniversary of the service’s launch. They have captured dramatic images illustrating the human tragedy of natural disaster and war as well as the fallout of economic events across the continents, creating iconic images, recognised around the world.

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Akhtar Soomro

Akhtar Soomro was born in 1965 in the Lyari neighborhood of Karachi, Pakistan. In 1986 he graduated from the Government College of Science and Technology with a degree in engineering and the intention to work with SUPARCO, the national space agency of Pakistan. In 1993 Soomro’s attention moved towards photography and he started working for […]

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Erwin Olaf

          Born in 1959 in Hilversum (the Netherlands), lives in Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Erwin Olaf’s art implicitly visualises the unspoken, the overlooked, that which typically resists easy documentation. Olaf’s trademark is to address social issues, taboos and bourgeois conventions within the framework of a highly stylised and cunning mode of imagery. […]

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Majid Saeedi

  Majid Saeedi is an award-winning, internationally recognized Iranian photographer. He has photographed throughout the Middle East for the past two decades, focusing on humanitarian issues, with a special interest in telling previously untold stories of social injustice. He also especially enjoys doing street photography – portraying citizens and ordinary life. Saeedi was born and […]

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Harry Callahan

Born in 1912, Harry Callahan grew up in Detroit, Michigan. He studied engineering at Michigan State College. In 1946, he was appointed by László Moholy-Nagy to teach photography at the Institute of Design in Chicago. Harry Callahan retired in 1977, at which time he was teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design. Harry Callahan’s […]

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Grave diggers prepare for a funeral in Colma, California. An investigation by the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism revealed that more than 20 civilians have been attacked in deliberate U.S. drone strikes on funerals and mourners in Pakistan. (Photo credit: Tomas van Houtryve / VII) A public park is seen from above in San Francisco. […]

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