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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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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Folio: Intimate by Daniela Benzin

Photographer Daniela Benzin returns for her third feature in the magazine with a very intimate portrait series: “The following pictures aim to convey the intimacy, emotions and love that exist between two people. To me, it was essential that the two people were an actual couple, the interpersonal connection was indeed visible and the pictures…

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Folio: Seckin Sinan Isik

Montreal-based photographer Seckin Sinan Isik has always been on the move – initially, due to his mother’s work and then, later, studying abroad. It has only been in the last four years that he has become progressively more involved with photography. “I began to experiment more – and then I rediscovered film. It wasn’t long…

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Folio: Agnieszka Pałuk

Agnieszka Pałuk is a photographer and student of design originally from Poland but now living and working in Rotterdam. Her love of photography started ten years ago when she found her parent’s Smena 8 camera and realised that the world as viewed through the lens looks completely different – magical. “I love minimalism, nature, art,…

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Folio: Simon King

Simon King is a London-based fine-arts photojournalist and street photographer. His work captures the everyday surreal through an emphasis on limited shape and colour, and interesting characters. He is inspired by the cinematic frame and the storytelling techniques of the great photographers such as Steve McCurry or Walter Rothwell. He takes a slow approach to…

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