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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