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Last few days to the new beginning This time we would like to bring in a pack of truly talented artists photographers. From HDR to slightly complex unconventional photography, a guide to inspiring artists. An artist a singer and a photographer Bartosz Stróżyński shares his experience as a nature photographer with underwater world.

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We are time and place traveling, so much to see so little time. Camerapixo has never published so much black and white and nature photography before and we are very excited to present it to you. We are very happy to present work of people who are

connected to their passion, such as Helena Martins’ very intersting story. It is photography that shows our true existence and feelings. We strive to be the magazine you will want to come back to and view over and over again. So with this issue we are finalizing this year's work and we promise to give you more reasons to hang on to us :) Happy New Year 2012 from Camerapixo team :-) Editor-in-chief Artur Heller

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specializing in underwater photography

bartoszstróżyński Nature photographer, composer, lyricist, singer, author of music videos and multimedia projects, graphic artist, sculptor. Awarded in many international photographic competitions, including the prestigious International Photography Awards, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year & Great Photographic Competi-

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tion, National Geographic, presents his photographs in many international publications, including "Wonderful Water Planet" Photo Album. Participated in numerous photographic expeditions, including the prestigious Elysium Epic Shackleton's Antarctic Visual Epic Project. Fascinated by the Arctic and Antarctica, specializing in underwater photogra-

phy, winter photography, photography of aquatic mammals and underwater photography in rivers.

released in 2011, preceded by two singles "Private Only" & "Tentato". The author of film music. Author and producer of Author of articles on diving music videos and multimeand underwater photog- dia projects published in raphy published in many several media. Designer of countries. music album artwork and promotional materials. The creator of music and text appearing on the album "Private Only", the artist's debut album

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clever use of available light

ianbrumpton Ian has been a street photographer since 2009. Ian lives and works in London and his work features regularly in photographic publications. He specialises in black and white street work and names some of his main photographic influences as Roy deCarava, Weegee, Oscar Marzaroli and Ed van der Elsken.

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sees things slightly different than most

neilkremer Neil has always been a fan of photography but didn't pick up a camera until June of 2010. And he simply hasn't put it down since. When not shooting, he studies new ways to process images and new ways to push his camera.

and the countless other artists on the Internet today. As you will see HDR is his favorite form of photography but not for saturated colors or detail. Neil uses HDR to capture all of the light his eyes captured, the light that simply can't be captured For inspiration, Neil con- with a single exposure. stantly looks toward the Neil always believed that works of Sabastio Salgado, he sees things slightly Margaret Bourke White different than most. He

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could never find a way to articulate the way he sees the world until he found digital photography. Neil has only concentrated on Southern California so far. His goal is to photograph and show as much of the world through his eyes as he can afford to.

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the time traveler

brianday His earliest inspiration to become a photographer was his father, who always had wonderful 35mm cameras, and often took candid photos (what we now call "street photography"). Also, growing up, Brian always remembers seeing photographs with the large block letters "ANSEL ADAMS", in banks, stores, and other places his parents would take him, and he was fascinated by

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how dramatic they appeared. Even though Brian doesn't share Ansel's interest in shooting mountains, his appreciation for Ansel's work and for his technique was rekindled about 3 years ago.

own images. Brian also developed a great appreciation for the legendary documentary and street photographers of the old days (and a few of the modern guys as well), which has informed his sense of working hard to Brian spent much time create a visual story in a trying to understand why single frame. Neither last Ansel's techniques were or least, being born in so effective, and worked Detroit and raised in the to translate that level of Metro area has given him visual impact into Brian's much "material" to work

with, and inspired him to several award winning create a conceptual series musicians and others called "the Time Traveler." with his images. These are things that he never anAs for accomplishments, ticipated happening when his images have been he picked up a camera 3 published in several years ago; Brian is just very established print maga- grateful to be able to enjoy zines, and Brian has had photography. He hopes the privilege of showing to continue learning and his work in several Metro growing with his work, Detroit area galleries. and time will tell the rest of the story. Brian has also had the opportunity to work with

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inspired by the contrast in life

dirkheindoerfer Dirk Heindoerfer is 44 years old, born and raised in a small city in Germany, and lives now in Taipei, Taiwan. He grew up in Germany, where he later attended university and received a master degree in Marketing and Computer Sciences. His love for photography started very early on becoming the family photographer.

and fell in love with the synergy or conflict between nature and man made structures. His photography is completely self taught specializing in Urban Landscapes and Night photography. He is inspired by the contrast in life, being civilization against nature, light against darkness or ancient against modern. Dirk is a huge SciFi movie fan, which influences his Due to his job in the IT style of photography. He industry he was blessed has exhibited and pubto travel all over the world lished in Taiwan.

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documentary ethno-photography

dinomorrow Having been born and raised on the east side of California’s San Francisco Bay Area, Dino was always immersed in the old world cultures of his extended family and neighbors. While most kids were running around playing, it was common to find Dino in one of the local elder’s home eating and listening to old stories of a land far away. Years later and with college behind him, Dino

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set out to see and experi- tography became a way of ence the world for himself life for him. and for the first time he had a camera. Throughout Dino’s life, Hawai’ian practices and Dozens of countries later, culture seemed everywith many thousands of where with many “Aunties” photos made and 15 years and “Uncles” willing to of work in the mental guide him in the ways of health field, Dino found old. So instilled in him, he himself in search of com- found himself pulled to the bining all these wonder- Hawai’ian Islands to live. It ful experiences into one is with this move that his passion-driven career. focus and current projects Documentary/Ethno-Pho- were born.

Based on the Big Island of Hawai’i, Dino is focused on projects that document Native Hawai’ian and “local” cultural practices throughout the island chain and beyond. His intention is simple... to respectfully document the intricate practices of values, art and spirituality that ultimately share a sense of place, connection and offering.

Each photograph is made with the ultimate purpose to provide the kupuna (elders) and kumus (teachers) with a visual aid to supplement their teachings as they perpetuate the Hawai’ian and local culture with the students of today and children of tomorrow.

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love of nature and environment

mattsuess Matt Suess is an awardwinning photographer whose professional photography career spans over 20 years. He started his career as a photojournalist working in New England in 1990. Published worldwide, some of his credits include: The Associated Press, Boston Herald, Connecticut Post, Cape Cod Times, Cape Cod View Magazine, National Geographic Traveler Magazine, New Haven Register, Sojourns Travel Magazine, and USA Today to name just a few. web

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In 2003 Matt was awarded the New England Press Association’s Photographer of the Year Award, an award presented to him for his photojournalist work throughout the entire calendar year as a freelance photographer for the Cape Cod Times newspaper. Matt is a digital photography pioneer, helping bring the first digital cameras to the Connecticut Post Newspaper in the late 1990's. In addition he

also assisted with the implementation and training of the photo staff in the use of digital cameras and equipment at the Cape Cod Times Newspaper in the late 1990's and early 2000's. Since 2003 Matt has been selling his artwork at fine art festivals first in New England and now currently throughout the greater Southwest. In 2006, when he moved to Arizona, he left his career as a photojournalist behind him and has since been a full-time artist.

Since moving to the Southwest, Matt has exhibited his fine art photography in some of the most prestigious juried fine art festivals in CA, AZ, NM, CO, UT, and TX and has gained collectors of his work worldwide. In the summer of 2010 Matt decided to live full-time in his RV to enable him to more easily travel to and from art festivals as well as enable him to be mobile 24/7 in order to continue his photography of the area.

His love of nature and the environment is evident in his photography – grand vistas photographed throughout the Southwest and New England. In addition, Matt started a project in 2011 photographing old cars, gas stations, and other bits of old Americana using HDR techniques that has been very well received, already landing some of his new work for display and purchase in the Scottsdale International Car Museum in Arizona.

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observing people, their differences, happines and sadness

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pursue her art. It was only recently that Helena fell in love again with photography. After becoming deaf due to bilateral Ménière Disease, she felt the need to find something to replace her love for music. In less than 7 months she went from a compact camera to a bridge and now a Nikon D7000, which she hopes will free her from technological constric-

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tions. Helena calls herself an urban photographer: “I am a people’s person; I like to lose myself into admiring and observing people, their differences, their happiness and sadness. I also love architecture; in fact I bought a bridge camera with a 24x zoom just before flying out to Paris because I wanted to shoot the Notre Dame gargoyles. Of course, this made me

fall in love with photogra- In my case, I definitely see phy all over again, and a much more now. I find DSLR was in order.” myself walking the some streets of London that I’ve What inspires her is simply always walked, but now I “People’s emotions, lives see things and angles that and situations. When you I haven’t seen before. I am lose one of your 5 senses, also inspired by old things. the others tend to develop I love shooting objects or a even more. A photograplace with character; again pher always sees more the human factor is highly than others, because he/ important, the place needs she is always looking for to breathe the influence of that "wow factor" shoot. humans.”

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streets transforms into his playground

félixpagaimo Félix Pagaimo is from Portugal and he is in love with photography for five years now. Photography books taught him everything he knows and Elliott Erwitt's brilliant work made Félix realize that his favorite kind of photography was Street Photography. Being in the city it’s the most incredible thing, all the moments and situations are beautiful, every human expression and movement is magic. Now he spends

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his life between Portugal and United States. New York is the place for a street photographer to be, every minute is precious in the city that never sleeps.

vening on solidarity and charity actions around the country.

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living every snaphot click by click

josé antonio moreno As a young boy, his father would take him along to capture the sunrise on film from the mountains on a beautiful island of Puerto Rico. José never forgot the urgent desire to reach the viewfinder of his dad's Canon T-70 camera so that he could take his very first photo.

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Now, thirty years and nearly as many stories later, with experience in many fields, as a musician, composer, aviation pilot, sound engineer and graphic artist, José has finally reached the height required by that tripod that will open the door to the field of commercial photography.

Beginning with landscape and nature photos, which are his passion, José has acquired the necessary know-how needed to work with his equipment, and presently, operating as FOTOGRAFIA MORENO has enabled him to achieve diversity in this field. Among his works, he has done architectural shoots, fashion,

and of course, events and other particulars. Each photo he takes is a “click” for life; and so he tries to live his life through the art of photography. “living every snapshot click by click.”

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the vision comes first

zefram Zefram comes back to photography in 2006, after a 12 years blackout. “A period I needed to focus on my own research” , Zefram says, “and to get rid of the merely aesthetic research (“photography to like”), so to move toward “photography to communicate”, independently of its aesthetic contents”. Zefram thinks that photography, when compared with other forms of figurative communication, is better suited to

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symbolically represent dreamy, emotive and unreal moods; basically because photography – conceptually linked with the representation of the “ground truth” – takes the unreal toward a deeper sensing layer.

the mind gives way to the unconscious. But Zefram’s unconscious is not automatic (as is in a surrealistic way): his emotive states are real things of which the observer is aware; they can be seen, felt, touched. The reader faces an “unknown reality”, feeling that Zefram’s images are it is still unexplored, but psychedelic spaces, reveal- already recognized. ing a suspended psychic state, attempting the To make real these dreamy stereotypes of the likeli- and psychedelic spaces, Zehood and disorienting who fram creation process is as looks. The rational part of real as possible. Despite his

images seem the offspring of “computer graphics”, the author employs real things in real locations. “The vision comes first”, Zefram says, “and then I fix it with a sketch with paper and crayons. Then the design follow, along with the needed logistic plan to make the shootings”. Indeed, Zefram’s photos are the outcome of a maniacally accurate planning and shooting phases and of a by far minor postprocessing.”

I need post-processing only to decrease the cost of some images that would otherwise result above the budget”, Zefram says. We thus get the ultimate paradox: there is basically no digital creation in Zefram’s images; what you see has been there, at least for an instant, for real. In this perspective, the Zefram’s images do not depict reality in a more or less creative way, but, by creating ephem-

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eral sculptures, modify it, shape it and thus build a fictional, dreamy, symbolic new reality which is the ciphered representation of concerns, fears, ambitions, obsessions or regrets.

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vibrant live in a big cities

ludovitpernis Ludovit is from Bratislava, the capital of Slovak Republic and he is 58 years old. Ludovit doesn't have a photographic education. He is a autodidact and his photographic debut dates back to the 60th the last century. As a child he liked to browse the pictures in magazines and publications. He started to photograph with cheap camera from bakelite on 6x6 film.

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shooting at occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. But it did not fare well. On his way home the soldiers stopped him and took away his film. Besides photography, Ludovit was involved in fine arts, especially oil painting, where people inspired him mostly. His photographic passion he has completed by the work in print media, where he worked for four years as a photojournalist. Then he was intensely

devoted to photography only through the holidays as a traveler. The magic of photos has reappeared again in the year 2010 when he started to photograph with Leica M9. With this camera he makes photos of daily life on the streets of his hometown Bratislava and vibrant life in a big cities of the world, which always fascinates him.

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kovehtavakkol the mountains with his father, near his hometown of Esfahan, Iran. Currently residing in Denver, Colorado, Koveh spends most of his time outdoors exploring the beautiful peaks, high alpine lakes and majestic aspen forests of the Rocky Mountains. He also travels extensively throughout the Koveh is first and foremost United States and internaan explorer and a traveler tionally. at heart. During his childhood years, he spent most Koveh's pursuit of landof his free time exploring scape photography started “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

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only a few years ago, when he purchased his first used digital SLR. He spent the first year teaching himself everything he could learn about photography, and he firmly believes that the learning process will never stop. Since that day, he has spent nearly all of his free time exploring scenic and wild places with camera in hand. Through his work, Koveh strives to capture the landscapes and scenes he encounters

at their best With a focus on strong compositions and dramatic lighting conditions. Koveh's goal is to travel the world, and to try to capture some of the amazing experiences along the way. Through his photography, Koveh seeks to show the world as he sees it through the lens to those who are unable to see it themselves; to capture those moments

and places that simply take your breath away; and to help inspire others to step out of their front door to see the beauty there just outside. From the amazing places to the incredible animals and creatures that reside here, the world is a wonderland, waiting to be discovered.

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“Back SeatTourism”

waseemsayegh Waseem Sayegh is Palestinian, and was born and raised in Dubai. He lived in Boston, Massachusetts for some 10 years, and in Montreal, Quebec for four. He is currently living in Dubai awaiting his next move. Waseem doesn’t have a formal education in photography. As a matter of fact his education is as far as possible from the arts. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer-

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ing and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from Northeastern University. He also has an MBA from McGill University. With all of these degrees and a great GPA, Waseem found a home for himself working for Google. When Waseem is not working hard, he is traveling. Travel is indeed his passion. With travel came his other passion photography. His travels

took him to hundreds of cities and villages across the globe, and from those places he brings back to you his photos. As for his style of photography, you will notice that the human element is almost always portrayed in his photos. To be able to capture this essential element, his choice of lens changes depending on the cultural definition of personal space. When he travels in Eastern countries, Waseem relies

on his 50mm fixed lense. When he travels in Western countries, Waseem relies on his 70-200mm zoom lens. You’re in “Back Seat Tourism”. Let Waseem take you around and show you the great moments of his travels. This particular set is from his travels in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Morocco, Turkey, Jordan, France and Oman. Enjoy being in “Back Seat Tourism”.

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simple and elegant compositions

younesbounhar "It’s quite simple: I eat, sleep and breathe photography." It wasn’t always like this, but the last few years have changed Younes' life for the better. He now... gets up at crazy hours, goes out in the rain, snow or sleet, falls into rivers, runs away from waves, drives himself to the border of exhaustion, but most of all he has a blast doing it all!

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truly experimenting new techniques and freely clicking away. It was just with the commercialization of digital cameras that his true passion came out. Photography became his priority after leaving Mexico and moving to British Columbia, Canada for one year. Fate then brought him back to Italy where Stefano has been for the last two years.

and landscape photography the most but Stefano believes everything can be a great subject, from an old factory to a beautiful mountain scene. If a good photographer is in that special photo mood, any scene can be interpreted artistically resulting in a great shot.

Photography means a lot to him. Stefano is not very artistic in any other field, he doesn’t paint, draw or play music. He finds photography and writing the best ways to express himself.

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