I’m sarenur türk, I’m 23 year old from Turkey…I’m studying architecture so I interested in aesthetic…I love photography
visit my page if you be curious :)
Hi, My name is Adriana Chavez. I’m an actor, theatre maker, amateur photographer and educator. I’ve also started to dabble in short film making. I am always on a quest to articulate a perspective about the world around me. Photography is a fairly recent form of expression (and obsession) and I have found that it is the clearest way for me to search for and “voice” this perspective…and find how it evolves. I also seek to infuse photography into the theatre work I create: the characters, the stories, the humanity revealed on stage. I love this art form. Lately it’s been keeping me up at night and waking me up in the morning. I like to photograph many subjects and am starting to find some reoccurring themes to my work. Before I voice what that is I’m just going to keep exploring.
Thanks for reading!
I’m Andrej, an amateur photographer. What I want to accomplish with my work is to give the others a chance to see things in the way I see them myself.
My name is Uyama Ekop and I love to shoot film.
The Flip Side
My name is Chantal, and I’m a 17 year old amateur photographer from Canada. My blog is my personal exploration of different types of photography, however throughout the past two years, I’ve become more attached to photographing people.
Still experimenting, still trying to find my style.
Jan Herdlicka, photographer from Berlin
I am a young photographer born in Munich and currently based in Berlin, Germany.
While studying cultural sciences i started to develop my own visual language.
After i began using digital cameras i now ended up doing most of my photography with black and white self-developped film material. I would consider my work to be influenced by the photographers i admire like Meyerowitz, Gilden, Moriyama or Ansel Adams. Nevertheless i would not say that i take photographs having somekind of premade plan or system in my mind. Most things just happen. First i try to let my feelings and intuition lead me the way to find motives. After developping the films and scanning the negatives i try to structurize the results and create series that, again show me the way to new ideas and so on and on……..just following my instincts and trying to keep the process in flow.
Besides that i started doing my own miniprint trading-cards called SAMMELKARTEN last year and released them frequently on several blogs such as findingberlin.com (i will attach an image of them:)).
Feel free to checkout my work at:
"Two Similar Poses, Chinatown" - 2013
My name is Jim, I’m 25 and live in Queens NY. A large amount of my shooting is done outdoors in the greater New York area and as a product of my environment, most of these pictures fall into the category of “street photography. I work at a studio yet rarely feel the urge to create work in a controlled environment. Music, caffeine and other photographers usually provide me with the necessary inspiration to get out and shoot.
Hi, my name is Stephanie, and I’m a beginner photographer who shoots with a Fujifilm S1000. I have only gotten into photography recently, but I’ve been very visually artistic my whole life.
I mainly like to take pictures of landscape and nature but do plan to get into other types of photography soon. I started my blog to get feedback and to learn from other photographers and so far tumblr has been a good source of inspiration for me.
22 year old self taught photographer, Barefoot & Earth enthusiast.
I’ve been shooting for about 4.5 years now. From San Francisco, CA so I’ve learned to appreciate fog, so much that it’s my favorite thing to shoot. Fuji X100 is probably my most/least favorite camera ever. It’s weird, but I like it and that’s why it’s almost always by my side. I also enjoy shooting film from time to time, 35mm and instant.
What makes us strangers?
At the end of the day we are all strangers. Sometimes we are strangers because we never met, sometimes because we never had enough time to know each other and sometimes we took way too long to realise that we are indeed strangers…
I guess the more I am getting addicted to street photography, the more my perception towards life’s philosophy is getting influenced by it. I won’t lie, I kind of enjoy it, or at least enjoying it so far. I am a thinker, this is my job as a lawyer, this is my device as a photographer and my window as a commoner.
When I started to work on this picture a weird thought occurred to me, what makes us strangers? I looked for its definition, it says “a person whom one does one know or with whom one is not familiar with”. But it never explained what it really means to be familiar with someone, what it really means to know someone?
For example, the guy in the picture…I could easily convince myself that he is a stranger to me…I don’t know his name or what he does or where he comes from etc etc. Then again somehow I know that he is making the same walk of life as me, he has dreams that he holds dear like I do, he have loved ones like I do. I know he got his heart broken and he had his days of sunshine. I know he has made compromises, did mistakes, misses people or places, gets nostalgic…I can go on and somehow he is not very different than me. Yes perhaps the details are different but largely he is not much different than me. Yet I will call him a stranger.
Like most of the late night thoughts my this thought got quirky and ended up in an unexpected paradox. If this guy is so similar to me and he is a stranger then I am stranger to myself (somewhat at least).
All I know this picture made me think, it gave me no answer but made me realise that being strangers is not actually how we think. It’s merely a natural state of human relationship. From where every human interaction starts.
Someone once said- in the world of memories, there’s no need for strangers…
…yet we try so hard to stay as strangers.
I am a young photographer from Montreal, Qc. I’ve been taking pictures for four years now and my passion has only gotten stronger. Capturing moments is one thing, but my goal is to capture images that don’t need to be placed in time, images that are intemporal. I’ve been inspired by the work of Chris Friel with his long-exposure photography and only aspire to one day produce something that can emotionally impact people half as much as he impacted me.
But these days, I mostly cover the music scene of my great city, combining my passions for photography and music.
American alligator, Big Cypress National Preserve
Iammightee is an amateur nature photographer documenting the diverse beauty of Florida. Photos focus on flora, fauna, and landscapes, with the occasional special Floridian destination thrown in. Locations are noted on each photo to assist those planning to visit Florida’s amazing nature tourism destinations.
Follow on Tumblr: http://iammightee.tumblr.com/ or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/veggiemightee
I’m an amateur photographer based in Antwerp, Belgium.
After working with polaroid for quite some years, I recently picked up a 35mm camera, and usually work with expired film.
I’m not a great traveler so my pictures are usually taken at home, shooting the things I love, I think about etc… So quite personally related.
My name is Alex Béraut, I am 17 and live in Santa Cruz County, California. I have been taking photos since I was 14, and now shoot bar mitzvahs, weddings, and some portraits with my Canon 60D and SL1, but my favorites are landscape and nature photos. I love fisheyes and long hikes to new places…If you are interested check out my music as well :)