Photo Series

Long Exposure Folk Dance by Sezi Yelken

Long Exposure Folk Dance by Sezi Yelken. I watched a photographer’s exhibition on long exposures I was immediately inspired by the works and wanted to work like this particular photographer. There was a folk dancing competition at our university, so I went and shot it. It is colorful and aesthetically pleasing. You can see more…

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Photographic reality and surrealism by Sander Erdmann

Photographic reality and surrealism by Sander Erdmann For years I have been passionate about exploring different fields of the visual arts. The contrast between photographic reality and surrealism is what I aim to combine. By controlling every detail, the photograph can be constructed similar to a layered painting. Each photograph can be interpreted as a…

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Children of Lesotho by Jason Vd Merwe

Children of Lesotho by Jason vd Merwe. I went to Lesotho on an outreach/ mission with a Church based in in Stellenbosch “Kruiskerk” together with a group of Students from the Stellenbosch University. Before embarking on the trip I knew I was in for a treat into an endless opportunity of photography possibilities. If I…

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Africa Noire Lions by Pekka Järventaus

Africa Noire Lions by Pekka Järventaus. “Africa Noire Lions” is a series of B&W photographs of african lions in Tanzania and Kenya. It is a tribute to the majestic lion and an aim to inspire for a future with wild lions roaming the vast plains of Africa. See more at http://www.prowlingwithlions.com If you would like…

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Colorful Thinking by Javier Lopez Piriz

Colorful Thinking by Javier Lopez Piriz “Colorful Thinking” is a series of conceptual photography that tries to convey feelings through surgery compositions made with paper and daily objects. It is the ephemeral nature of the everyday in the world today. Own and very personal visual language that emerges from the feelings that I feel the…

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Railways of Bangladesh by Ata Mohammad Adnan

Railways of Bangladesh by Ata Mohammad Adnan In a country like Bangladesh, where the country is densely populated, railways prove to be a popular form of transport, but the number of seats available don’t do justice to the number of prospective passengers who travel to their hometown atleast two times annually to celebrate festivals. Round…

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Self-Portraits by Fabiola Viviano

Self-Portraits by Fabiola Viviano. Fabiola Viviano a self-taught photographer and digital artist based in Turin, Italy. I’ve always drawn and since 2012 I decided to experiment with photography. Passion has born immediately and my favorite genres are surreal and portraits. I love to express concepts or represent metaphorically something and the subjects of my pictures…

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Moths by Ed Marshall

Moths by Ed Marshall “In the Spring of 2014, I was awarded a photography internship that was offered through the young conservationist network known as “A Focus On Nature”. I would be the lucky individual who would spend 2 months working alongside the Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust, capturing photographs of the wildlife, landscapes and…

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