George Griefy Photography
Specializing on emotive portraits, monochrome and artistic nude photography providing a sense of fear or melancholy.
Rawness. Earthiness. Exploration of the feminine. Delving into unknown spaces. Capturing for a fleeting moment that which cannot be held. Light. The creative process. Darkness. The impermanence and inherent sensuality of all that is alive. Beauty in all its glorious diversity.
London-based art photographer ( & session musician). I adore the simplicity and physicality of old analogue cameras ( at the moment especially my Rolleiflex twin lens camera) and the immediacy and limitless opportunities of fancy digital cameras (Nikon D800) in equal measures.
An Englishman in Switzerland, passionate about photography, I photograph to please myself and not a client and this allows me the freedom to photograph what I want, when I want.
Whether it is landscapes or nudes, I prefer simple compositions and mainly in monochrome.
Prints are available of most images, and I allow most non-commercial usage, please contact me for details.
“A Cat in the Carnival” is the title of this photo, one in a series revolving around these two estranged lovers. I think it explores some of my favourite themes, scary creepy clowns, exploring abandoned places, and boobs. If there was some way I could have got chocolate in there, it would be perfect.
Fashion and fairytales, urbex and nude, cityscapes and heritage and a few mini planets too ; my portfolio is a mixed bag, but I am starting to narrow my field since I starting taking photographs seriously 10 years ago. Photography is my profession and my passion and nothing makes me feel more alive than being onset conducting the next deliciously deadly photo series.
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For me, the nude is the ultimate photographic challenge. This is the wonder of God’s creation - His masterpiece - and must be approached with great sensitivity. The beauty and complexity of our body is fascinating, and the task of capturing it in respectful images is one that I greatly enjoy.
My photographs can be placed in two categories: those images which I make in the studio are studies in lighting, contrast and geometry; whereas the images made in the natural environment are my attempt to fuse landscape photography with figure art.
My name is Kevin Brent.
I have honestly been going back and forth regarding an explanation to my photography. Please check out my work and let it speak for itself.
Hey! Welcome to my Photographic Journey. Thanks for taking the time to look.. My name is Howard, and I am based in Fife, Scotland, UK.
I like to vary my images and style constantly learning or trying new techniques or genres.. the more you explore the more creative you get, I think you take something from each experience as part of your journey. Hence my Photographic Journey .
Karine Burckel nait un jeudi de septembre 1972
Elle commence sa vie de passion dès son enfance à travers le théâtre qui ne la quittera plus. Le conte s’ajoute à sa vie à l’âge dit “le bel âge” de 30 ans. Quelques années plus tard c’est l’image qui entre au coeur de cette passionnée…C’est autour de l’autoportrait qu’elle commencera son apprentissage… Elle va enfin découvrir concrètement que corps et âme ne sont qu’un. La voici prête à se tourner vers l’extérieur, elle commence à capter les émotions des autres…. elle dit ne pas voir mais ressentir ce qu’elle capture. Le temps des expositions virtuelles, des prix et des parutions dans des magazines d’art entrent en scène avant de finalement être exposée dans différentes galeries d’art…
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Karine Burckel is born on a thursday in september 1972
She begins her life of passion on stage as she is a child, theater will never leave her anymore. Later she becomes a storyteller at the age called “golden age” of 30. Few years later the images enters in the heart of this passionate… It is around the SelfPortrait she will begin her apprenticeship… She finally discovers concretely that body and soul are one. Then she is ready to look outward, she begins to capture the emotions of others… She uses to say not see but feel what she captures.
Time for virtualsexhibitions, awards and publications in art magazines come on stage before finally being exhibated in various art gallerys
You may contact her by mail: email@example.com
Photo: Squinting One by Ben and Zie
Duo Photography based in NYC.
Free spirited but at the same time intimate and very personal.
I’m a 39 year old photographer from Greenwich, SE London. I did photography for a very short while back college many years ago. Bought my first SLR camera last year and have since become obsessed with very single facet of photography. I like the truth of people to be conveyed in my images. Well, truth with the veneer of a lie; that doesn’t make much sense but I know what I mean. I think.
I’m a young female freelance photographer based in England.
I am available for hire, shooting child portraits, adult portraits, model portfolios and weddings and also take up as much voluntary/paid work as I can shoot for magazines and websites based around my home town.
Photography is my creative vice, I particularly enjoy documentary photography, and often have lots of projects on the go at once. Using digital, 35mm film and 120film, my tumblr is a place for me to share these projects and create a following of my personal work.
Take a look at my blog and spread the word.
Since early childhood I have loved literature, music, and photography. I started taking pictures and developing my black and white film when I was eleven years old. At fifteen I believed I was an artist and began to follow an autodidactic trajectory.
Marcel Proust’s narrator described a photograph as a “rencontre prolongée,” an extended encounter, a catalyst for our memories. Symbolizing the eternal in our passage through time, our “mémoire involontaire,” our involuntary memory, is evocation, not representation.
Although I know that photography is infinite, when I make photographs, I seek to transform these split seconds of my life into tiny works of art. Is this a fool’s errand? In the blink of an eye, will my photographs evoke a ceaseless, ineffable, emotional chimera?
hi! i’m patrick, originally from the central coast of california, now living in wisconsin. I mainly shoot people…be it fashion, boudoir, candids, etc. whatever catches my eye. I shoot both digital and film, with the film work being mainly medium format.
i try to evoke some feeling from my work…not your run of the mill model photos. whether that comes across or not, i’m not sure.
and its true, i like light!