Folio: Alice Zilberberg

Alice Zilberberg is a photographer and digital artist born in Estonia, raised in Israel and currently residing in Toronto, Canada. A graduate of Ryerson University’s photography program, she began her artistic practice by painting; a verve which remains very much present in her digital works. For over a decade, Alice developed her own distinctive technique…

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Folio: Anne Nobels

Anne Nobels was born in South-Africa but now lives and works in a secluded and very quiet part of the Netherlands called Zeeuws-Vlaanderen. In February 2016, Anne graduated from the Fontys College for the Arts in Tilburg; she went there thinking she would become a painter, but the attraction to photography became stronger every year.…

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Folio: Cruces by Steffanie Padilla

Steffanie Padilla is an artist, currently living and working in Los Angeles, whose practice involves photography, collage, and video. Her work is based on the notion of perception and representation in relation to humans & animals and considers mass media, culture, and food products as focal points for extensive psychological and philosophical research. Much of…

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Folio: Before Your Very Eyes by John Trifonopoulos

John Trifonopoulos is a graphic designer and fine-art photographer based in Kavala, Greece. He is currently completing his MSc in Cultural Informatics and Communication, focusing on Museology. He is also a member of Photoclub of Kavala. John’s project ‘Before Your Very Eyes’, aims to bring out details of daily life, small corners and objects which…

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Folio: Yens Franke

Munich photographer Yens Franke was introduced to photography at a very young age – his Mother was a professional photographer – but developing films in a darkroom did not have quite the same attraction for him as music did and, for many years, he channeled his creative passion in to a career as a musician.…

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Folio: Emma Bovary by Silvano Fortunato

Silvano Fortunato is an Italian photographer who first started out as a landscape photographer but soon developed a passion for portraiture. Like the title character from Flaubert’s classic novel, the subject in Silvano’s series ‘Emma Bovary’ is a woman caught between a desire to live a life of romance and excess and the reality of…

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Editorial: Where Do We Go From Here? by Kamilla Musland

‘Where Do We Go From Here?’ is our first editorial from Melbourne-based fashion photographer Kamilla Musland. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Kamilla Musland | kamillamusland.com / Instagram Model: Rosie Graham at Pride Models | Instagram Stylist: Jess Colman | jesscolman.com / Instagram H&MU: Sarah McFadden | Instagram Studio: Daylight Studios, Melbourne | daylightstudios.com.au / Instagram All images…

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Folio: Olivia Chaber

Olivia Chaber is a 22 year old photographer and multimedia artist originally from Nice, now living in Mexico City. She recently graduated from Emily Carr University, Vancouver with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. There, Olivia majored in photography and also worked on video, sculpture and installation projects. “I would define my practice as situated on…

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Folio: India by Yasser Alaa Mobarak

Yasser Alaa Mobarak is a 24-year-old, Egyptian award-winning photographer based in Delhi, India. His work has been featured in numerous international publications and has gained him multiple disctinctions and awards from prestigious international photographic organisations including National Geographic Traveler India, National Geographic Egypt, International Federation of Photographic Art, Photographic Society of America and Prix De…

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Folio: Cameraless Photography by Jeremy Blair

Jeremy Blair is an emerging alternative process cameraless photographer, his medium of choice is the Silver Gelatin Photogram. Jeremy utilizes a similar method to Rayographs where he places objects and materials directly on to photosensitive papers or surfaces, exposes them to light, and develops them with a traditional chemical process. Blair constructs temporary pop-darkroom setups…

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Folio: RGB Nights in São Paulo by Antoine Séguin

Antoine Séguin grew up in a typical french suburban landscape of the 1980s – individual housing lots on the edge of a small semi-rural village. The agricultural surroundings were the backdrop to his childhood, between the concrete grain silos and the cooling tower of the nearby nuclear power plant, standing up proudly in the countryside…

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Folio: Ian Robert Wallace

Ian Robert Wallace is a New York City-based editor and cinematographer who has been shooting B&W film for the past two years. He was drawn to the medium after becoming enamored with the work of the masters of New York street photography including Saul Leiter, Helen Levitt and William Klein. His high contrast images of…

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Folio: Inland Morocco by Nuno Serrão

Nuno Serrão is a Portuguese photographer, cinematographer and creative director. For Nuno’s Photo/Foto debut, we are featuring images from one of his recent series, Inland Morocco. “In Morocco, the dichotomy between civilizations is not as visible on the surface as in other mixed-race countries, but it’s there. It’s interior and it’s people, are an ode…

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Folio: Tokyo by Max Rempe

Born in the small Bavarian lakeside town of Tegernsee, Max Rempe moved to Munich to study photography and began building his photography career working across the globe as a photo assistant. In 2017, Max established himself in Munich and is now working as an advertising and documentary photographer. The fascinating interaction between Japanese minimalist architecture…

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Folio: Passages by Naohiro Maeda

Naohiro Maeda was born and raised in Japan, moving to the US in 2016 and is currently living in Salem, MA. After completing his Bachelor of Arts at Keio University, Japan, Naohiro studied fine-art photography at the New England School of Photography in Boston. The series Passages is an exploration of the mourning process. The…

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Interview with: Kasey Medlin

Kasey Medlin is a photographer living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. The images that accompany our interview with Kasey are a selection from the series Blush, a photographic quest to reconcile the past with the present, idealised but so very familiar, almost tangible but just beyond our grasp. Enjoy… Hey Kasey – thank you for…

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Folio: Anima by Theresa Lekberg

Theresa Lekberg lives and works in Sweden. In her art she explores the behaviours, peculiar needs and instincts of the human state. Death, life and erotic expression in photography, video work, painting & writing. Creating ceremony and rites to find meaning and belonging. Theresa’s photo series Anima is a play of the unconscious and subconscious…

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Folio: Structure Photography by Nikola Olic

Nikola Olic is a Serbian photographer living and working in Dallas, Texas. Nikola’s focus is on architectural photography and abstract structural quotes that re-imagine their subjects in playful, dimensionless and disorienting ways. His photography has appeared in various galleries, art events, museums, magazines, newspapers and websites around the world. “Each photograph in this collection is…

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Folio: Lisa-Marie Kaspar

Lisa-Marie Kaspar is a film photographer currently studying Information Design in Würzburg, Germany. Her main focus is on creating emotive, often feminine portraits and visual stories. It has been quite a while since our first feature from Lisa-Marie and so today we are presenting a visual update. Lisa-Marie is inspired by many things such as…

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Folio: Janine Kühn

Berlin-based photographer Janine Kühn has developed a distinctive style of setting dramatic and intense portraits before seemingly mundane backdrops, giving them a twist that she describes as ‘glossy magazine meets street-cred with a touch of weirdness’. Post-Production is not an afterthought in her process, but is already factored into the equation when she is shooting,…

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Folio: Kaily by Tom Sebastiano

London-based analogue photographer Tom Sebastiano needs no introduction to you regular readers of Photo/Foto as he is a frequent contributor of both interviews and photo series’. For this feature, Tom put some particularly expired film in to his Contax S2 to shoot this beautiful series with actor Kaily O’Brien. The series was shot using a…

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Folio: Inner Voice by Eirini Lachana

Eirini Lachana is an art photographer based in Athens, Greece. She began her journey in photography with Pavlos Pavlidis and shortly afterwards she studied photography with Platon Rivellis. She is an active member of the Photography Circle group in Athens. Guided by her inner voice, she photographs everyday life, her home, herself, her family and friends. This sense…

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Folio: Tony Dočekal

Tony Dočekal is a Dutch/Czech photographer born in Amsterdam. Tony studied analogue photography at the AKI ArtEZ University of the Arts, from where she graduated in 2015.  “My work balances between documentary photography and visual poetry. The disconnection with our surroundings and the escapism that emerges from it are returning themes in my work. Our…

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Folio: Adam Hollin

Adam Hollin is a cinematography student based at The Northern Film School in Leeds; his aim: to work as a Director of Photography for feature-length films. When he isn’t working on film sets or studying, Adam enjoys heading outdoors and capturing the world with his stills camera. For this feature, we have curated a selection…

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Folio: Valentina by Guen Fiore

Guen Fiore is an award-winning Italian photographer specialising in creative and portrait photography. Guen’s work centres on the representation of the human figure. This is evident in both her personal projects and her professional works, particularly in the fashion field where her focus is on defining the true nature and inner beauty of her subjects.…

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Folio: Homegrown by Josh Tanasichuk

Josh Tanasichuk is a photographer living in British Columbia, Canada. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Environmental Studies, Josh secured an internship as a production assistant. He has since focused on building a portfolio of documentary media exploring topics where culture and community intersect with social and environmental issues. “Much of…

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Folio: Kings & Thieves

Based in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Australia, husband and wife team Benjamin and Carisse Urquhart are Kings & Thieves, specialists in elopement, wedding and paired-up humans photography. It has been a while since our last feature from Ben and Carisse and so we thought it time for a bit of a visual update.…

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Folio: Michael Stockton

Michael Stockton was born in Middlesbrough in the North-East of England, graduating from the University of Brighton with a degree in photography. Relocating to Germany, Michael became a member of Stattlab, a non-profit analogue photography collective located in the Wedding area of Berlin. In 2015, Michael held his first solo photography exhibition in Berlin-Mitte. For…

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Folio: Requiem Pour Pianos by Romain Thiery

Romain Thiery is a French professional photographer and pianist specialising in capturing portraits of forgotten pianos in abandoned buildings across Europe. Through his work, Romain is fortunate to be able to blend the two artistic worlds closest to his heart: photography and pianos. The locations that he looks for have to fulfill certain criteria that his…

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Folio: Jennifer Adler

Jennifer Adler came to photography relatively late, buying her first camera at the age of 20. Since moving to Berlin in 2014, Jennifer has been working freelance mainly for private clients in the field of family photography. For the last couple of years, topics such as gender roles, feminism, women’s empowerment, diversity and tolerance are…

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Folio: Omission by Ethan Lo

Ethan Lo was born in Hong Kong and is a recent graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design majoring in photography. Many of Ethan’s projects are long term and revolve around land use and human-altered landscapes; his hope is that the photographs can raise questions and bring environmental awareness to the world. In…

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