Harold Feinstein

Harold Feinstein was born in Coney Island in 1931. When he passed away in 2015, the New York Times declared him: “One of the most accomplished recorders of the American experience.” He began his career in photography in 1946 at the age of 15 and within four short years, Edward Steichen, an early supporter, had […]

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Frank Guiller

Photography for-tells stories synonymous with our own primal, intrinsic desires to dive in and implicate, merge, and experience our external environments. The pause that holds us silently whilst observing opens doors that capture untold stories only we could conquer. Images filter constructs of rapacious emotional rapture. Visual stimulation impacts the exploration of the psyche through […]

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Nora Görlitz

Nora is a 29 years old self taught outdoor photographer from Frankfurt, Germany. She works as an online marketer in an advertising agency and tries to travel around Germany and Europe as much as possible in her free time, always reflecting her passion. Inspired by nature, her work mainly focuses the outdoors, exploring and adventure. […]

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Nepal, Leila Joy

Memories. Strangers. Constructed fairytales. The smell of foreign soil. A gust of wind blowing hair tangled across parted lips. Foolish choices and dirty, grazed knees. Uncontrollable laughter, tickling a poised face away. The deep breath before a dive. Explorations of light. With a camera in one hand and a pen in the other, I capture […]

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Lida Chaulet

A Dutch photographer having lived in the Netherlands for most of her life, while travelling abroad, from time to time. At age 10, she received her first camera as a first prize, resulting she carried her camera everywhere, becoming professional some years later. She studied chemistry, math, computer sciences and programming languages. Her career has […]

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Imogen Cunningham

Imogen Cunningham occupies a singular position in the history of American art of the twentieth century. For over half the history of photography, she explored- with innovation and a new perspective- all the major traditions associated with the medium as fine art. Cunningham has been most widely acclaimed for the photographs made during the 1920s […]

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Gerald Förster

German born photographer/director Gerald Forster has contributed to a range of publications including Esquire, Vogue, New York Magazine, Newsweek and Premiere. His advertising clients include Hewlett Packard, J.P. Morgan Chase, Lufthansa, Halston, Pantene, Virginia Slim, Charles Schwab and HBO. As a director, his work includes among others commercials for Manon Jewelry, Isabella Fiore and music […]

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Zhang Jingna

  Born 1988 in Beijing, Jingna lives and works in New York City. A former rifle shooter, Jingna is a Commonwealth Games medalist and represented Singapore in numerous ISSF World Cups from 2002-2008. She was a student at Raffles Girl’s School and Lasalle College of the Arts until the age of 19, where she dropped […]

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Lee Chee Wai

A self-taught and avid photographer, a creative director/account manager in his advertising team, based in Ipoh Malaysia. his passion for photography has been brewing since he learned to appreciate art and at the same time pursue his studied in Graphic Design. Being a founder member of a photography society in his hometown in 1990, his […]

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Rick Gallina

I love portraiture. But perhaps more, I love exploring unknown places and stumbling across an interesting person and setting. I have been fortunate enough to randomly meet kind people who were generous enough to allow me to photograph them. Some of my favorite examples of these instances are below Home

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Sylwia Makris

Sylwia Makris was born in 1973 in Gdynia, Poland. She worked as a sculptor before finding her way to photography in 2007. Today she lives in Munich as freelance photographer. She photographs people. People who are strong or delicate, broken or dynamic. She photographs faces of our time-and in doing so gives a face to […]

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John Kenny

The pictures on this site are the result of hundreds of hours spent walking, hitching, and driving across Sub-Saharan Africa. They are a testimony to the vibrant cultures that still exist within some of the most isolated lands on earth Home

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Valérie Jardin

Photography changed my life. The day I picked up a camera I became a storyteller. I learned to see the extraordinary in everyday life. And my passion for documenting humankind has led me to find beauty in the most unlikely of places. As a visual storyteller, photographic images are how I tell these stories. Chasing […]

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Goldo (Dominique Houcmant)

Goldo (aka Dominique Houcmant) and his camera are one and the same. If one sees the first, the second is generally not far distant: around his neck, in his hand, lying on a bar or at the end of a table. Appearances can be misleading however: one never actually sees Goldo, he sees everything first. […]

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Roberto Pireddu

Born on October, 5th 1984 in Cagliari, Sardinia (Italy). At a very young age he started to draw focusing solely on the black and white creations. The monochrome has quickly became his natural habitat when he has encountred the world of Photography. Thanks to some of his masters, especially Elliott Erwitt and Richard Kalvar, he […]

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Émile Savitry

The Académie de la Grande Chaumière, cafés like Le Dôme, La Rotonde, and La Coupole, artists’ studios where nude models used to pose, Boulevard Edgar Quinet and jazz clubs: this was the heart of Montparnasse where Émile Savory began his painting career, started as photographer, and frequented his sculptors, painters, poets and musicians friends. It […]

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