The opportunity to capture a moment. She is a Slovak photographer, born in Košice on an August day in 1945. In adolescence, she studied at an art school specializing in photography, but to focus on its use she went to Bratislava, graduating. When people are in nature, they like everything. That’s why MILOTA HAVRANKOVA https://sk-sk.facebook.com/MilotaHavrankova has a wooden house in …Read More »
BOHEMIAN LIFE OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Ans Westra: When you lay in a sleeping bag somewhere, off the beaten track.
Capturing a world, through a camera. Born into an April day, 1936, in Leiden (Netherlands), in 1953 she moved to Rotterdam, graduating in 1957 with a Diploma in Arts and Craft teaching. In the same year, ANS WESTRA left the Netherlands for New Zealand, where had become a self-taught photographer, with an interest in Māori. During the 1960s, after finding …Read More »
STARK LIGHT, BLURRY IMAGERY AND VISUAL MUSICALITY – Bill Henson: Starting with edgy and powerful photographic approach.
Loneling figures, tormented by longing and sadness. Australia’s largest photographic digital camera specialist? In Melbourne you can try michaels https://michaels.com.au/, the must visit destination for everyone interested in photography and digital devices. Since 1916, the Michael family has traded from the corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale Streets. Of course, you also remember better the image of a bear and that …Read More »
DRAMATIC COMPOSITION AND WONDERFUL LIGHT CONTRASTS – Xyza Cruz Bacani: Street and documentary photographer based in Hong Kong.
Using photographic work to raise awareness about under-reported stories. Born 1987, she is a Filipina street photographer and documentary photographer. She is now a full time photographer, working on various under reported projects around the world. The eldest of three children, she grew up in Bambang (Nueva Vizcaya). Before leaving the Philippines (to raise funds for the education of her …Read More »
LIKE LIGHT, THAT ENCOUNTERS A SPIDER WEB – Atta Kim: Where photographic work compresses and narrates time.
Long-exposure photography, where real time is the most surreal of all. Despite the left hand drive, you will realised that South Korea is perfect for those of you who love road trips, where there are plenty of things to see along the coastal routes. The beauty of Geoje https://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/TRV/TV_ENG_3_7.jsp?gotoPage=3&cid=2405054stems from its endless coasts lined, with beach coves and pine forested …Read More »
When streets and the people of Japan’s Showa period, come back to life in photos. To remember the best views on your trip to Tokyo https://www.thewanderinglens.com/tokyo-photography-locations/, explore some special spots with a camera in hand, like famous Japanese photographer Ihei Kimura. Try Omoide Yokocho and Takeshita Street, Meiji Shrine, Tsukiji Fish Market and Shibuya Scramble Crossing, without forget Shinjuku Station. …Read More »
LIKE A SHEET OF A WHITE PAPER, YOUR MIND THINK IN A DIFFERENT WAY – Evgenia Arbugaeva: The sensitivity of a native and the objectivity of a photojournalist.
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Against the Ruins. An 1899 native of Aydin (Asia Minor), she was first influenced by German trends in photography. Her photographs appeared in official tourist publications that were circulate abroad, contribuiting to create the earliest visual symbols of Greece’s philosophy regarding tourism. ELLI SOUGIOULTZOGLOU-SERAIDARI owed her pictorial technique to the influence of her German teachers. Entering Benaki Museum https://www.benaki.org/index.php?lang=en, you …Read More »
The Refugee Project. Illegal, her 2006 book of photographs, documenting lives of two young African women, trying to survive in Istanbul. Since the 1990s, she has worked with news outlets, also selected as the photographer of the month by European Press Network World Reporter. She is know for her work on forced migration. Born 1971 in Istanbul, BIKEM EKBERZADE https://www.facebook.com/TheVirtualStory/ …Read More »
THE SILENCE OF THE PHOTOGRAPH CRIES OUT – Farah Mahbub: Through the layers of meaning, images transcend its two-dimensional limitations.
When ideas and intuitions connect with imagery, becoming one. Not all of us are verbal enough in putting into words any visual rush witnessed. So, photography help you, becoming an evolving medium. Incorporating shade, textures, natural objects and calligraphic text, her work traverses from documentary to digital photomontage techniques. She is qually adept in analogue printing as she is in …Read More »