Interview with: Arnau Rovira Vidal

A Ghost City is a series from Spanish photographer Arnau Rovira Vidal shot on location in the city of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan while he was there to cover the Asian Indoor Games. The series presents a surreal document of the elaborate gold and white marble monuments and buildings set amid the arid landscape that now stand…

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Folio: Dermot Ryan

Dermot Ryan is a London-based photographer fascinated by the interaction of people, places and light. Shot entirely on film, the images featured here come from a range of series’, all sharing a sense of distance, whether documenting the city from afar or detached from the situation, trying to capture people and places in their natural…

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Exclusive: Photo/Foto Salon #1 – Doorways

Welcome to Salon #1, the first in a series of quarterly curated features where we invite photographers to respond to an open theme. For this, our first Salon feature, we set a theme of ‘Doorways’ and put out an open call on Instagram for photographers to interpret this theme as broadly as possible – and…

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Folio: Outside The Frame by Tony Gorsevski

Tony Gorsevski is an Australian photographer based in Melbourne specialising in the fields of architecture, interiors, editorial, documentary and fine art photography. Tony has recently started a black and white project entitled ‘Outside The Frame’ which he intends to compile into a book in the near future. “Working predominantly as an architectural photographer, I am used to documenting spaces…

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Folio: Decoy by Peter Spurgeon

Peter Spurgeon is a documentary photographer based in Bristol, UK. His work has been exhibited internationally and he was recently nominated for the PhotogrVphy Grant and shortlisted for the ESPY Photography Award. Decoy is a series documenting a secret British Air Ministry project that took place during the Second World War. Sound City film studios…

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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: 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: Everyday Abstractions by Paul Turner

UK-based Photographer Paul Turner has a particular fascination with the abstraction of view imposed when looking through a viewfinder – the lens constraining the view and the eye searching out order via the viewfinder. He sees that process as the abstraction of form and he uses it to good effect. Using both medium format analogue…

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Interview with: Derek Swalwell

Derek Swalwell is a Melbourne-based commercial photographer specialising in architecture, interiors and lifestyle photography. His work is a favourite of the leading design and advertising firms and has featured in many international publications. In this interview, we chat with Derek about his work, the technical complexities that come with architecture photography and about his latest…

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