Interview with: Julian Benini

Julian Benini is a freelance photographer & art director based in Metz, France. We talk with Julian about quitting your job to go freelance, a love of prime lenses, addiction to fashion magazines and winning the Vice Magazine photography competition… Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first got started in photography.…

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Interview with: Tina G Lee

Tina G Lee is a freelance creative and owner of No More Ugly Camera Bags based in Sydney. We chat with Tina about her passion for photography, the importance of a kick-ass hero image and why she is determined to rid the world of ugly camera bags… How did you first get started in photography…

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Interview with: Valentin Zhmodikov

Valentin Zhmodikov is a portrait and fine-art photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. Valentin describes his portraits as psychological and emotional and I get it – you can’t help but look that little bit deeper in to his portraits… Why do you photograph? What was it that first got you interested in photography? I have a…

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Interview with: Haley Golden

Haley Golden is a self-taught photographer living in California with an eye for finding the unusual in the usual. A minimalist aesthetic combined with a playful colour palette leaves the viewer wanting to know more (namely, why you need a hose for artificial turf…) Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first…

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Emerging: Kings & Thieves

Kings & Thieves are husband and wife team Benjamin and Carisse Urquhart and are based in the beautiful Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Australia. While specialising in shooting elopements and intimate weddings, Benjamin and Carisse are just as adept at shooting fashion and portraits. We are featuring a selection of recent images from their portfolio…

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Emerging: Sarah Walker

I was browsing some self-published folios and zines at the recent Melbourne Art Book Fair and one folio really caught my eye – it was called ‘In the Way Things are Seen’ by Melbourne photographer Sarah Walker. I commented to the assistant looking after the booth that I really liked it, to which she replied…

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Interview with: Bernd Frikke

Bernd Frikke is a photographer based in Germany whose photography is infused with a palpable sense of intimacy whether it be images of friends, places or found objects… Tell us a bit about yourself; how did you first get started in photography? My name is Bernd Frikke, I’m 33 years old and I live in…

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Interview with: Sophie Caligari

Sophie Caligari is a Melbourne photographer specialising in historical photographic processes and has a mission to master all methods of photography that came before the advent of roll film. We chat to Sophie about her fascination with alternative processes and showcase a selection of her recent tintypes and wet plate images. Some images NSFW. Tell…

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