Folio: Protected Selves by Noa Kastel

Creative photographer Noa Kastel was born in Israel and has grown up surrounded by the conflict, history and varied realities that combine to form daily life in Israel. Noa’s work focuses on these daily realities, creating conceptual documentary projects; one of which, Protected Selves, we are featuring here. “These images are a quiet observation on…

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Editorial: Stacie Yue

Being able to travel the world and attend the various fashion weeks is the dream of many fashion photographers and, for NYC-based photographer Stacie Yue, this is a reality. Stacie took some time out while attending the Milan Fall Fashion Week in September to shoot this beautiful, vibrant editorial with model Olivia Leonarda at Major…

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Folio: Brandon Bakus

Brandon Bakus is a documentary and travel photographer currently living and working in NYC. You can clearly see Brandon’s documentary style infusing all of his images, from the travel series’ through to his portraiture. We are featuring images here from two series; the first six images come from the series ‘Vagabond’, the later images from…

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Folio: Sylt by Hanna Koreuber

Hanna Koreuber is an emerging photographer from Berlin who is using her photography as a way to continue the family tradition of making photographic travel diaries. This series was shot on the small island of Sylt, the northernmost island of Germany, using the bulky Olympus Superzoom 70G that she was given as a child. Hanna…

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Folio: Collin Pollard

Collin Pollard is an artist and photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Taking inspiration from painters such as David Hockney and Piet Mondrian, his work is heavily focused on emphasising and reorganising the colours, compositions, lines, shapes and textures of our everyday surroundings. Some are found landscapes and some are constructed from multiple…

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Folio: Unbekannten

Behind Unbekannten is Loida Fernández, photographer and artist born and based in Tenerife, a mysterious volcanic island surrounded by the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. Freud speaks of a part of our psychic process that is beyond the pleasure principle and that, next to the instinct of conservation or self-preservation, there is in us an…

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Folio: NEVER EMPTY by Claudia Ioan

Claudia Ioan is an Italian photographer and visual story-teller. She was born in Rome and now lives in Perugia, Italy where she works as a photographer, translator and university professor of Linguistic Mediation. She is committed to travel photography, candid portraiture and, most of all, reportage and story-telling; producing photographic series’ in which the image…

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Folio: Uncoupled by Whitney Arlana

Uncoupled is our latest featured folio from Melbourne-based photographer Whitney Arlana. The ways that we connect and fail to connect underpin this work. Since moving from Queensland to Melbourne, Whitney has sought to understand how her new surroundings function. A sense of alienation and loneliness pervades the city streets at night. There’s irony in the…

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Folio: Headless by Milos Cubrilo

Milos Cubrilo is a photographer from Serbia specialising in street photography. He clearly has an eye for the unusual and the comic as we can see in his ongoing series ‘Headless’. “This is not a criticism, nor is it fiction. This is merely the way I observe life in Serbia and the Balkans. People here…

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Folio: Thomas Grohmann

Happy New Year and welcome to our first feature for 2018! In 2014, Dresden-based photographer Thomas Grohmann traded his bike for an SLR as a way to get out of his apartment and meet people. We are featuring a selection of Thomas’ work, shot entirely on film, showcasing his wide range of subject matter and…

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Folio: Nicky Jacki Delphi

Nicky Jacki Delphi is a photographer based in Berlin whose street photography is a reflection of those quirky little moments that often go unnoticed – those moments where you think to yourself, “Damn, I wish I had my camera on me…” Enjoy… See more of Nicky’s work at: Instagram All images copyright Nicky Jacki Delphi.

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Folio: Francesco Lonigro

Francesco Lonigro is an Italian photographer based in Germany. He describes his style as precise, sharp, and clean with a focus on lines and shapes.With a Masters degree in Art History, it is no surprise to learn that he draws inspiration from both contemporary photography and Italian painting. Enjoy… See more of Francesco’s work at:…

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Folio: Stefan Jovanović

Stefan Jovanović is a multimedia artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. Using collage, printmaking, photography and video, his work explores the ways in which these different mediums communicate and interact. Enjoy… See more of Stefan’s work at: Instagram All images copyright Stefan Jovanović.

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Folio: Lucy by Rich Woodson

Last year’s interview with Brooklyn-based photographer Rich Woodson gave us a glimpse of his vibrant NYC street photography. Our newest folio from Rich shows his ability to cross multiple genres, this time bringing us a dynamic fashion folio with model Lucy Malik. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Rich Woodson | Website / Instagram Model: Lucy Malik at…

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Folio: Infrared New Zealand by Kasia Sykus

Late last year, we featured the first documentary folio from Australian photographer Kasia Sykus. Kasia is back with her second documentary piece, ‘Infrared New Zealand’. Armed with her trusty Pentax K1000 and rolls of discontinued colour infrared film, Kasia spent two weeks traveling New Zealand, capturing a very different perspective of the beautiful and rugged…

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Folio: Beside the Water by Eduardo Mazzeo

Eduardo Mazzeo is an architect and photographer from Montevideo, Uruguay. He enjoys the interaction between his two passions, architecture and photography; the photographic records used in construction often helping him resolve design and architecture-related issues and, in turn, the construction site providing him with an endless source of photo essays. For this featured folio, Eduardo…

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Folio: Julio Cardador

Julio Cardador is a photographer based in Berlin who picked up his first camera when he was six years old and has carried one with him ever since. The inexpensive camera of his youth has since been replaced by more sophisticated set-ups but he still holds fast to analogue photography, preferring to use his collection…

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Folio: Cuentos de una Ciudad II by Seigar

‘Cuentos de una Ciudad II’ is an ongoing urban series from Tenerife-based photographer Seigar. Made up from individual images taken this year during visits to London, each image captures a photo-narrative. Most of them are spontaneous instants, they are linked only because of the saturated colours, details and free compositions. The series revisits common motifs…

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Folio: Carly Wolfe

Carly Wolfe is an engineer by profession and, like many of us, uses photography as a creative expression. Living in an industrialised part of Vancouver, Carly lets her immediate surroundings influence her photography, often infusing the scenes with the same vibe and colour palette, using found objects or shooting in alleyways. Enjoy… See more of…

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Folio: Fresh II by David Rodriguez

‘Fresh II’ is a continuation of Spanish photographer David Rodriguez’s 2016 series exploring the relationship between humans and water – an element that David frequently returns to in his work. Living on an island, he is constantly inspired by both the material and spiritual connection that we have with the water. Enjoy… See more of…

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Folio: Anna Försterling

Anna Försterling is a fine art photographer based in Dresden. For this feature, we are running one of Anna’s recent portrait series showing her masterful use of the tonal range of B&W film. Enjoy… Credits: Photographer: Anna Försterling | Website / Instagram Model: Lisa | Instagram All images copyright Anna Försterling.

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Folio: Unspoken Places by Babis Kougemitros

In his series Unspoken Places, Greek photographer Babis Kougemitros explores uncharted urban and peri-urban  aspects of contemporary reality, with a glimpse that is mainly personal: “The photographic depiction of the Attica landscape is neither objective nor representative. We encounter these landscapes quite often, we even cross them on a daily basis and yet rarely do…

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Folio: Whispering Souls by Stanley Bloom

Stanley Bloom is a photographer based in Paris. We are featuring images from one of Stanley’s latest series ‘Whispering Souls’: “Set in Quebec during a blazing summer, Whispering Souls is a body of work that seeks to trigger our consciousness, the awakening of the senses and the spirit, while experiencing life. Thanks to the abundance…

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Folio: Chiara Cappetta

Chiara Cappetta is a self-taught photographer from Bologna, Italy. She tells me that she is not great with words and that she prefers photography as her main form of expression and communication. Part self-portrait, part story-telling – Chiara’s work demonstrates that some things really do speak louder than words. Enjoy… See more of Chiara’s work…

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Interview with: Gabriela Gleizer

By Tom Sebastiano For this our 200th article, we are featuring the work of Jerusalem-based photographer Gabriela Gleizer.  We talk with Gabriela about her ongoing project documenting the multi-faceted and diverse society that is Jerusalem. Enjoy… Gabriela firstly a bit about you? I am 27 years old and right now I live in Jerusalem. I’m…

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Folio: 6 by Hanko Ye

Hanko Ye is a Berlin-based street photographer currently studying communications design. We are featuring a series of images here from Hanko’s latest project called “6” – make sure to check out more of Hanko’s work via the links below. Enjoy… See more of Hanko’s work at: Website / Visual Diary / Instagram All images copyright…

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Folio: Jared Walters

“My name is Jared Walters. I was born in New Hampshire and somehow ended up here, in Los Angeles. I’ve always had an interest in photography but never pursued it until about 4 years ago – and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Started with a phone and ended with a Canon. My goal is…

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Folio: Axelle Degrave

Based in Belgium, Axelle Degrave is a young photographer who mainly focuses on the human act. She explores and rediscovers the (female) body by pairing provocative, suggestive and intimate images in an everyday environment with a fashionable twist. Enjoy… See more of Axelle’s work at: Website / Instagram All images copyright Axelle Degrave.

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Folio: Daniel Krueger

Berlin-based portrait photographer, Daniel Krueger shoots solely on B&W film stock on his old Rolleicord III medium format TLR camera. He describes his photography as authentic, honest, mostly silent, emotional and straight forward – just showing the person itself, nothing else. I would add quite a few more adjectives to that list: beautiful, timeless and…

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Folio: Kevin Morgan

Kevin Morgan is a landscape and nature photographer based in Terrigal on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. An award-winning landscape photographer, Kevin has been shooting seriously for the last 15 years after being challenged by a colleague to try Fuji Velvia slide film but, even with such an impressive folio of…

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Folio: Balearica by Griselda Duch

Griselda Duch is a Barcelona-based photographer with a background in Arts & Culture. Her photography encompasses still life, landscape and architecture. Bizarre are the days when your soul is wrapped in nostalgia. Being in love with places you have never been and feeling an urge to explore, the series ‘Balearica’ is a whoop to the second…

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Review: FILM Ferrania P30

By Tom Sebastiano In 1963 Federico Fellini shot his famous film 8½. Starring Marcello Mastroianni and Claudia Cardinale, it is still considered to be one of the greatest Italian films of all time. 8½ was shot in black and white using FILM Ferrania P30 film stock. The look that P30 gave 8½ created a demand…

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Folio: Huy Le

Recently relocated from Australia to Osaka, Japan, Huy Le is an emerging photographer with a love of analogue photography and fried chicken runs. Huy has been documenting his travels and adventures with friends for a while now but has only recently started turning his camera beyond his immediate circle of friends. He admits that this…

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