FERNANDO VISCASILLAS // Fernando is not a photographer. Or so he says. He considers himself a painter using digital photography as one of his mediums, having studied fine art in Spain. He transforms his photographs into fantastic colourful worlds using digital tools. We present a series of images from an annual ritual in Sabucedo, Galicia, […]
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.
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 […]
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.
ULLI CLAURE IBARRA // Ulli is from Vienna, Austria, but has lived in several countries and has family ties to Bolivia. She has loved photography since she was little. Ulli shares a set of photos from what is perhaps the most colourful cemetery in the world, the Cementerio General de La Paz in Bolivia.
JASON SHIPLEY // Jason is a passionate British documentary photographer from Kingston upon Hull. He documents the people he meets, often in long-term series. His photographs have been featured in magazines and at the British Museum. Jason shared some of his photos from the Leeds West Indian Carnival, the oldest such event in England.