Folio: Augusto De Luca

Italian photographer and artist Augusto De Luca originally graduated in law becoming a professional photographer in the mid-1970s, walking the line between traditional and experimental photography. “I feel like a sailor, or better, like an explorer of the immense universe of art. The artist is an explorer in search of the keys that open the…

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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: 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: 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 The inexpensive camera of his youth has since been replaced by more sophisticated set-ups but he still holds fast to analogue photography, preferring to use his collection…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: 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: Craig Davison

Craig Davison is an award-winning landscape photographer living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Entirely self-taught, Craig uses only natural light in his images and does not rely on coloured filters or excessive post-production instead preferring to scout locations thoroughly and then just wait for Mother Nature to do what she does best!  Craig also runs…

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