TONY REMARTINEZ // Tony, who is based in Sitges, Spain, has been photographing for a long time, having learned photography autodidactically. Only in the last few years has he begun to express what he calls his unrealities, his deconstruction of reality.
PAVIEŁ HANČAR // Pavieł is based in Minsk, Belarus. He enjoys finding the beautiful and uplifting where it is not visible at first glance. This he considers his calling, approaching life with an open lens and heart. Pavieł shared a series on the Belarusian artist Jaraš Mališeūski and his wife Aksana Sprynčan, a writer and poet.
BILL LACEY // Bill Lacey is a New York based street photographer and also a musician and a composer of film music. He documents life on the city streets, focusing on its people and the iconic architecture. Bill shared a set of black and white photographs of musicians performing in the big apple.
JANE GISMONDI // Jane is a Canadian photographer who loves photographing the streets, both in concrete and in abstract images. She loves people and their faces, and she has a particular skill for capturing colours and works with a number of techniques to create artful abstractions of life in the streets of Vancouver.
ARTURO CAÑEDO // Arturo is from Lima, Perú, a graduate in economics who has also studied painting and drawing at the Art Museum of Lima and integrates his understanding of economics into his photography to show the aesthetics of the human condition. He shared with us his creative night photography of street performers in Lima.
ANNETTE LANG // Annette is based in Nice, France, where she uses her photography to document life beyond postcard views and to celebrate the beauty of people in everyday activities. During her photo walks in Nice, Annette often runs into the plein-air oil painter Omar Logang. With his permission she portrayed and interviewed him at […]
ROBERT VAN KOESVELD // Robert is an Australia-based photographer with a strong interest in exploring synergies between observations, feelings and camera use, so that the images create a palpable, emotional engagement between the subject and the viewer. During many visits to Kyoto, Japan, Robert was able to capture the spirit of the geiko and maiko […]
GIADA CALAMIDA // Giada is based in Imbersago, a small town 30 km from Milan, Italy. In photography she is most interested in street photography and reportage. It has become her great passion and makes her feel good. Giada shared a set of photos from a jugglers convention in her home town.
MARILENA FILAITI // Marilena fell seriously for photography because of a competition that led her to the wonderful world of capturing moments. Now involved in photography professionally, her goal is to explore without knowing the destination. She shared with us a set of images from the Zeus Open dance competition in Athens.
SARAH LUHSE // Sarah is based in Germany and has always loved the arts. She started to take pictures of the impressions of her life with her cellphone, but now more often than not uses a digital camera. Before museums locked down last year, she was able to capture these impressions from the Kunstpalast Duesseldorf.
FEDERICO QUINTANA // Federico was born in Italy, but has lived in a number of countries and is a widely travelled documentary photographer. When he is not out photographing, Federico also enjoys riding his Harley. This inspired the idea of a feature of “bike art”, as Federico visited the Daytona Beach bike week, an event […]
GABRIELE TARTONI // Gabriele is an Italian photographer living in Prato, Tuscany. A professor of agriculture by profession, since becoming a member of the photo club “Il Bacchino”, his photographic journey has led him down a photographic journey, artistically documenting both nature and people around him. He shared portraits of Elder, a modern clown.
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