i’m trish and i am a fine art photographer based in dublin. i shoot on a 7d and a 35mm minolta. this image is from a series i call ‘walking with giants’.
I am Jessica Allen, Bostonian living in San Francisco. I’ve been taking photos for 15 years. My M.O. is to create dreamy images of San Francisco and document life as art with a journalistic streak. I shoot mostly 35mm with my Diana Mini, Smena 8M, or Minolta X-570, but I also shoot digital with my iPhone 4S or Nikon D70 at times.
Ashley Mackevicius. Australian. Old school. I’ve been a photographer for 40 years. Still passionate about photography, still working and still learning.
My name is Nick Maranga I am a recent graduate of The School of Visual Arts in NYC. I use a hasselblad 500c/m, I shoot both color and bw depending on the series though all film. I love to shoot the American landscape, one of my focuses within the landscape are oak trees. A mystical tree that the Ancient Greeks believed human life was derived from.
Website - www.MarangaPhoto.com
Tumblr - www.mountainrivers.tumblr.com/
Facebook - www.facebook.com/marangaphoto
I’m Marie-Valentine Gillard
I’m a young photographer from LIEGE, BELGIUM
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Hey there, I’m Manda and I live and work in eastern Pennsylvania. I’ve had an interest in photography for as long as I can remember. I am increasingly fascinated with the ideas and concepts behind identity, and also the beauty of the ordinary. These two ideas are the primary focuses of my work.
I primarily shoot with film, but also work digitally.
I’m Erick. I am an 18 year old, wildly passionate and even somewhat obsessed with visual expression. My blog is called “Stay Grain” because I only use film cameras in an attempt to revitalize the essence of film photography in a digital world. I attempt to expose the simple beauties hidden within our personal lives with a conceptual twist.
Photography is the silent language I use to speak about my secret world, about the trees, the leaves, the sun, about the rainy evenings, about flowers, grass and sky, about quiet fragments of afternoon cities.
My pictures are simple moments stolen to the time, instants about vulnerability, beauty, fragility and mutability of the world we live in.
An amateur living in the south and devoting more time now that I’m retired. I use several different digital and film cameras depending on my mood. I prefer portraiture in particular trying to capture past memories. Thanks
Born in 1968, in Brussels. I studied publicity & copywriting at Art College CAD in Brussels after which I have worked for about two decades as Press Officer. My photographic classes were at film time and digital photography was a whole new way to learn and to discover, with an experimental field so much wider. I have a strong taste for B&W, for lines, curves, textures, structures, shadows and dark images with a classic - some would say “old fashioned” - approach. Landscapes, nature or cities, are my best models but I like to play with the sun as only light source - when ever possible - for portraits and body shots too. Always learning a lot, experimenting as much as I can, trying to improve my skills and to go beyond the perpetual doubts about myself as main challenge.
as a 19 year old photographer, i gravitate to the likes of fashion with a touch of surrealism - anything from publications like vogue or bazaar, i fall in love with…
i also dabble in live music photography every now and then…
this photo is a self portrait inspired by UK photographer Rosie Hardy.
I work with self portrait, I used photographic, video and performance and I’m interesting in new technology.
I operate an organic, grass fed beef cattle station in western Queensland, Australia. I enjoy documenting my work environment and the people and animals around me. I predominantly use mirrorless cameras and film rangefinders as they are light and easy to carry on a horse or motorbike when I am working. I try to use photography as a way to show people a side of life that they aren’t generally privy to.
Thanks for considering my blog!
My name is Edward Cushenberry and I’m a Los Angeles based photographer and I received my BFA from Art Center College of Design. My work is about my relationship with those who are close to me.
I am a young professional fine-art photographer from Cape Town, South Africa. “Frozen Photons” is dedicated to my current progress towards a body of work for a solo exhibition here in Cape Town. I only shoot on film because I love the aesthetic of film grain as well as the optimal resolution.
The concept of my current photographic endeavours centers around the notion of naturism within a contemporary urban realm. I take photos to promote a naturist lifestyle as well as to celebrate the human form in what I believe to be its most suited context- nature. The city of Cape Town is an urban metropolis which is surrounded by extremely diverse natural wonders such as lakes, caves, mountains, forests, oceans, islands and deserts. I am extremely interested in the realationship between humans and nature as well as the quantam entaglement/interconnectedness which exists between all living things. I have tried to place emphasis on freedom and expression within my content. The natural beauty in these photographs is intended to compliment the human forms and vice versa.
I hope that you will enjoy, follow and promote my work.
Love and kindness, always