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Different photography techniques... Photography is our passion, and we know it’s yours. Just as future generations will view our photos, we sometimes use photos to connect with the past. It provides us with an understanding of how previous generations lived. We often look for photos to experience more of different cultures or activities. Timing and opportunity play a big part in photography. It will make you want to slow down, look closely and enjoy the unexpected.

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Photographers whose work illuminates the stories behind their pictures are from many different parts of the globe and have different approaches, from the subtle unseen observer, to those who like to go in close. Enjoy our every unique issue. Editor-in-chief Artur Heller

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long exporure represents parallel world

francescogola Photography is not his primary occupation, but for Francesco photography is much more than a simple passion. He doesn’t really know when everything has started. Francesco loves to understand how things work, and this was probably the reason he was so curious with the Canon AT-1 of his father. Francesco studied every single manual of photography he found and then he asked his father

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to lend it to him for the holidays. Love at first sight. Francesco’s job lets him travel quite often even if he doesn’t have much free time for himself. But he noticed that the time spent on photography could turn him in a totally different mood, despite a really bad day. When he is out with the camera Francesco isn’t able to think: job, love, life, troubles… everything disappears. So he got used to spending his free time in this parallel world, and

he can’t stop. Francesco’s favorite technique is Long Exposure, because it represents his parallel world. In a Long Exposure you don’t freeze just a moment, but an entire period. You can transform your picture in a hourglass, and this is really amazing for him. There is something beyond what your eyes can see, and Francesco tries to reveal it.

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exploring many different techniques

elialocardi Elia is a lover of life, a creature born from experience, and a collection of short stories. He has a hunger for adventure and a strong thirst for caffeine. Elia takes shelter in the world, traveling from place to place, going with the flow and always striving to move forward - to progress - to learn - and to understand.

Blending. Dynamic Blending allows him to combine effective methods from multiple genres of photography ranging from the very traditional to the very digital. Each time Elia creates a photograph, he uses what he feels to be the most effective methods in order to produce the His process is composed most visually compelling He has always favored the of many different techimage possible. Elia thinks artist over the tools and niques combined to create exploring many different Elia falls in love with each truly believes that no tech- something Elia likes to techniques allows us to place he visits and with nique can be wrong if it call Advanced Dynamic grow as individual artists

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each photograph, he tries to share his vision with others so they can see things the way Elia does, full of color and emotion, depth and texture. He wants to inspire people to travel for themselves, visit these beautiful places, and to fall in love with the beauty of the world.

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produces beautiful results. Whether it’s a hammer and chisel, a keyboard and stylus - whether it’s chemicals in a darkroom or pixels in Photoshop - whether it’s Tone Mapping or Digital Blending, we’re all just trying to create something beautiful.

and fully develop our own unique style and vision. It’s Elia’s hope that as artists and photographers we can break out of the stigmas that dictate the rules of genre. We can become unbound by the proposed standards and freely explore our creative passion.

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street photography is about the moment

addeadesokan Adde Adesokan is self taught photographer born and raised in Germany to Nigerian parents, currently living and working in Hamburg. As a self taught photographer Adde has been shooting all sorts of things involving human factor for about 1,5 year - mostly referred as street photography. He likes exploring life in unknown environments... and has always been more interested in the people at a particular sight than in the sight itself. web

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About his project up with something new, “Triptychs of Stangers” because after two weeks of doing head shots it felt Adde started taking street like he needed to push the portraits when everyone whole idea a little further. was already through with He saw a classical horizonit. And he can’t deny he tal triptych at an art galhad some problems here. lery in Adde’s hometown Street photography is and a few days later, on about the moment and his way to work, the idea sometimes doing portraits of portraying strangers in felt to Adde as some sort vertical triptychs was born. of backdoor to a satisfying day of street photography. Now after almost one year It’s easy and repeatable, at of “Triptychs of Strangers” least the way he was doing traveling is even more it in the beginning. Adde fun. What better excuse knew he could never come to talk to a stranger than

an international street project? Adde looks around places he loves to hang out himself. When someone looks interesting Adde just goes for it.

don’t have a strong focus here. Although he admits there are a few accessories which alert him -such as boots, hats or glasses. Still, it’s always decisive how many things he can read Most people are flattered in a person just by walkbecause Adde is not only ing by. Adde believes his up to take their picture. He strangers are getting their really likes to know who 15 minutes of fame, as they are and what they do, Warhol said. to reveal their personality in these three shots. This project is definitely about people and their Click here to see stories. Fashion and “Triptychs of Stangers” beauty are relative and

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black and white documentary style

genelowinger After graduating college Gene played fiddle on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn. with Bill Monroe, the Father of Bluegrass Music. Subsequently he studied classical violin and worked in the freelance music business in New York. He became interested in underwater photography while scuba diving, but his interest in taking pictures soon grew into a passion for all things photographic. He studied photography and darkroom technique web

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at the New School in New York under the tutelage of Mario Cabrera, who at the time was working as a freelance photojournalist for Associated Press.

ideas for several long-term stories: to photograph the last performing years of his first musical mentor Bill Monroe, and to capture the last throes of the disappearing Jewish community In 1992 Gene was offered of New York’s Lower East an opportunity, through Side. the New School under the auspices of a grant from In the late 1990’s Gene Time magazine and Nikon, developed problems with to travel to Moscow for a his vision and had to documentary project. The give up his photographic trip was a turning point pursuits. In 2005 he began for him. After the trip his to have the problems photographic direction be- corrected with major eye came clear. He developed surgery, and soon after his

recovery pursued his love of image making anew with digital photography. His current interest, which this portfolio represents, is for b/w documentary style street shooting. Gene has published several books about bluegrass fiddle, written for and had his photography of musicians in several music magazines. Most recently, in 2009, the University of Illinois Press published his memoirs in a book entitled I Hear A Voice Calling – A Bluegrass Memoir.

Over the years Gene has had a number of exhibits of his photographic work. Currently the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, KY is hosting a year long presentation of a series of twenty five photographs of his first mentor, Bill Monroe. He hopes to get both early projects and his current work published.

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bateq people and serious infrared

domenikong Born in 1976 in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia,Dome grew up in this state ,known for its beautiful beaches and islands . As a graduate in the field of philosophy & theology, he was exposed to photography since 2004 while living and working in one of the state’s resort island , Pulau Redang. Dome’s initial shots were mostly landscape as he was very much influenced by the island beauty amidst the sun ,white sands and the roars of waves hitting the beach. web

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In 2006, Dome began to be seriously involved in the field of digital infrared photography, from the very early primitive channels to using a DSLR , that had been specially modified for digital infrared photography purposes. Capturing moments from an infrared photography perspective, had left Dome with a deep intrigue passion, creating an opportunity to view the picture in a different angle compared to the normal picture. Dome was also deeply honored to be one of the infrared pho-

tographers involved in the traditional way of life like project infrared100 (www. the Bateq people. Bearing infrared100.org). a similar character such as the African indigenous From 2009 until now, Dome people, they are still leadhas pioneered a special ing a half-nomadic lifestyle, project to record the life of hunting using blowpipes indigenous communities in and live in forests where his country. Currently, he is they make a living. In the closely involved capturing event of death, the dead the lifestyle of the people bodies will be placed on of “ Bateq”. In Peninsular top of trees and they (living Malaysia, there are about nomads) in turn will move 18 indigenous communities to other places. Dome has , mostly had began leading won numerous awards in the modernized lifestyle, photography competitions however, there are still both locally and internamany of the indigenous tionally. people remained with their

He participated in more than 10 photography exhibitions in Malaysia since 2007. Many of his works appeared, in the local tourism sector. Currently, Dome is one of the regular writers for a photography magazine in Malaysia, Fotografika. His other emerging interest include travel photography , especially in Asian countries focusing on the minority population in the countries.

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fascinated by the magic

jan von holleben Inspiration to become a photographer. “My father studied photography and eventually became Director of Photography at a German Television Station. In his early years, before he started working with moving images, he produced a lot of very exciting photography which was rather personal and non commercial.

home”. Jan was fascinated by the magic of it and was keen on learning more about it, he wanted to become the wizard’s apprentice and learn everything about the medium, tell stories, work with people and make even greater magic! At the age of 13 he got his first camera and started shooting. For the next 10 years Jan spent an enormous amount of time, He experimented a lot energy and money on with the technologies of documenting not only his photography and his work entire environment and his was always on display at friends, but also learning web

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the trade, the techniques and the secrets of photography. Jan researched and enjoyed many great photographers and tried to understand their visual voices. He assisted a commercial photographer for 3 years and learned the technical skills and how to run a business. He was a brilliant commercial photographer and teacher. For him: No idea or commission was too difficult or impossible. Age 23 Jan went to University in England and studied:

‘History and Theory of Photography’... that was it.. he was lost and found in photography.

did smaller editorial commissions. and over the years they became more and more. Text info about the “Dreams of Flying” After that Jan moved project Crossing the desert to London and started on the back of a dog or working in photography as searching for lost treasures picture editor in a photo- on the bottom of the agency, photographic ocean, Jan von Holleben’s director for a magazine photographs make nostaland later on at an exciting gic dreams come true. agency for photographers and creatives. He set up his Jan brings the influences own photographers col- of his parents – a cinlective: www.photodebut. ematographer and child org. From Jan’s very first therapist – to his work. day in the UK he already

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His focus on the visual representation of childhood, ‘Child-History’ and concepts of ‘Playing’, come from his teacher training coursework: he combines these theories with his personal experience and childhood memories. Inspired by classic childhood books as well as modern super heroes, he has produced ‘Dreams of Flying’ since 2002 with children from his local neighborhood in Southwest Germany – ongoing!.

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photography truly expresses himself

jondeboer Jon is a photographer and graphic designer working in Detroit. He got into photography through film and digital photography courses he took as part of his graphic design education 3 years ago. Jon began to take photography more seriously about a year ago, and it has become a daily process for him either using his camera or in post-processing. Jon works primarily in black and white and

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focuses his efforts on architecture, urban landscapes and street photography. Photography has enabled him to truly express himself in ways that he struggles to put in words, and he thinks that is what motivates Jon to continue to pick up the camera. He has shown his work at several local galleries in the metro Detroit area, and received 2nd place in a local photography exhibit for one of his urban landscapes.

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light, secrets and mystery

martinmarcisovsky Martin Marcisovsky is a young photographer who started his photography carrier back in 2008 in Dublin. Since then he is constantly trying to decorate his way with light, secrets, mystery and fulfilling his unachieved dreams. This ‘’trying’’ to express his imagination and his own seeing of the world is forcing him to a new experience in any category of photography.

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Martin’s inspiration is being supported by his girlfriend and daily life experience as he says. In 2011 Martin won Go Ireland competition among 10000 photographers with his image ‘’Ice Age’’. Martin had exhibitions in Dublin with collaboration with the Slovak Embassy,Cork and Bratislava. His work has been published in the Professional photographer magazine last month and Slovak Art Magazine.

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francisgagnon Francis Gagnon has nurtured an insatiable fascination with nature since an early age. This keen interest led him to graduate in Environmental Sociology (M. A.). During his studies, he discovered his passion for photography, and turned naturally to landscape photography. His photographic work deals with nature as a

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destructive and creative power, and the tensions that this relationship can generate. Francis is in constant search of beauty and dynamism and his photography focuses on the capture of different types of environments, on the variations caused by the seasons and on frictions occurring between the elements. His objective is to lead the viewer

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to contemplate nature in all its power, but also in its smallest subtleties. Established in Quebec City, Francis currently shares his time between working as an environmental consultant and being a professional photographer. His work has been exhibited several times and some of his photographs have won various distinctions.

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ended up with micro four thirds system

romankruglov Roman loved photography as a kid; his grandfather showed him how to measure the light, the F stops and all the basics. When Roman was around 6 years old he used to have his own dark room and developed his own pictures.

started getting back into it with the first/second generation of digital cameras, but picture quality was so bad, that he missed his film camera more and more but never went back to it, so he skipped again a few years until DSLR became of age.

As a teenager he had other interests and forgot about His first DSLR, Nikon D50 photography. Fast forward he loved that camera, into mid 20’s Roman Roman later upgraded

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that to D90, but he noticed that due to its size he did not want to bring it with him everywhere. As a result few years later he ended up with micro four thirds system he can bring everywhere. He is back to the world of photography. Photographers that inspire Roman are Tray Ratcliff, Thomas Leuthard.

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sebastiankraus Sebastian Kraus was born in 1981 in Nowa Ruda, Poland where he grew up with his family and studied. Eventually he left Poland and now lives in Scotland. Sebastian is landscape photographer and is based in the beautiful historic city of Edinburgh. Once he started learning more about photography his interest in it grew so rapidly that he began reading everything that he could get his hands on.

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Sebastian quickly realized that this was an art form that would enable him to express his innermost feelings about the world that he is merely just a part of.

ited around the world. He captures images that are literally just moments passing in time and truly loves the subjects that he photographs. If the camera has taught him only one Sebastian started with no thing about nature, it is experience at all in 2006 that it holds so very much with a Fuji Fine Pix S9500 more than is first apparent and since then he has been to the naked eye. hooked. So much that he believes his passion is Sebastian spent a lot of evident in his photographs time in the past doing which have more recently personal interpretations of been published in maga- lots of iconic locations and zines and even exhibnowadays, he is into taking

“paths less traveled� and honing his own personal vision. His goal as a Landscape photographer is to bring his viewer into the photograph, giving them a chance to seen the scene. Sebastian hopes that you’ll enjoy the experience of his photographs as much as he has enjoyed the experience of creating them.

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light is life

christopherhibbert In 2006, after three years studying hospitality management, Christopher decided to become a professional photographer. He acquired the knowledge reading forums and tutorials available on the internet.

it to add some effects to his photographs. A few months later, in May 2006, the first light painting of the series “Light is Life” was shot: “ Rendez-Vous“. This photograph shot in Bougival, the town where Christopher grew up, shows two light characters Christopher worked first meeting in a Park. as a concert photographer. The characters shown At this time, he started on the light paintings focusing on light and are hand drawn while realized he could control the scene is shot, using

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flashlights and different luminous accessories. The shutter speed varies from 5 seconds to more than 15 minutes.

software. Nikonist born in 1983, Christopher lives in Paris (France) where he keeps working on the light painting series. He is also working as an event The most important part photographer (parties, of his photographs is the weddings, concerts) and background used for the Christopher realizes light light painting. Christopher painting animations for always starts looking for private and corporate places that inspire him events. before adding characters (www.leslucioles.co) to the scenes. These im- A light painting tutorial is ages are not realized using avalaible on his website.

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the way she likes photography

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suffering, the true one, the one that has no solution, one that bites the heart is one thing that makes me think a lot... I also love photographing hands, which touching, touch, shake it, they do, or close... almost everything that passed through them...� Margherita loves the black and white because it is the way she likes to look at the photographs.

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surf travel photographer

paulkennedy Paul first became interested in photography as a teenager during a family holiday to Hong Kong. It was his first time out of New Zealand and it wasn’t long before he ventured into a camera shop and paid too much for a Practical SLR camera. It sparked an interest and he still has the hundreds of urban landscape photos from that trip.

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The newly discovered wonders of travel and photography were soon combined with surfing, his favorite activity. This was the early nineties when cameras were expensive and slide film plus processing costs equated to about a dollar per image to produce. Undeterred he built a water housing to shoot surf in the water and began a journey as a surf travel photographer.

His work has appeared in numerous surf magazines over the years, most notably The Surfer’s Path where he has published several feature articles. His travel photos have been represented by Lonely Planet images since 2000. New Zealand, Indonesia and South America have been his main areas of travel. Having recently purchased a new camera housing with fisheye port, Paul plans

to start water shooting as much as possible. ‘I’ve sold my 400mm lens and plan to hit the water. I can think of nothing more fulfilling than swimming around while creating images. Water photography has given me the most rewarding moments during my photographic career’.

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identity behind the camera

renatopaz Born in Guarda (Portugal), 29 years old Renato Paz who, although has had a long passion for image, has elected author photography as his favorite art, form of expression for the past 4 years.

documenting and expressing emotions. Besides the technical aspect of photography, his main references revolve around all the visual culture he absorbs, most of the time in other types of art rather than photography, but always keeping Long fascinated by images something as natural as his as an observer, feels that own experiences. That’s the photography inspires him identity behind the camera to capture specific imand that’s the reason why ages, thus the reason he he shoots photographs. embraced photography Not having a favorite as his art of choice for photography category, he

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enhances creative images development, such as publicity photography, as a way of applying all the technical and practical knowledge he acquired, along with his imagination. Right now, Renato explores the most diverse photography categories, placing his identity in each one of them and promotes his works on exhibitions or publications.

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shoots everything and anything

keithdixon Keith’s first DSLR was in July 2010. After being made redundant from his day job he bought a Canon 500D and has since upgraded to the Canon 5D MKII. Keith gets the most satisfaction from Black and White photography but when colour presents itself he wont say no!

The image was used as the banner on the Canon web site and also in the front window and on all the banners in the interior of the London show. In February one of Keith’s images was chosen to be in the print edition of the Google Plus One Book for the Charity Kiva. This project was put together by the No matter what Keith is Canon recently used fantastic Ivan Makarov and doing photography is in his one of Keith’s images to was featured on NBC news. head. He doesn’t get out to promote their 2011 Pro “I try to tell a story with shoot every day so when Solutions show in London. photography!”.

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he does, Keith shoots everything and anything. He loves the excitement of processing the image. Keith has photographed some Dublin bands and provided them with Photography/Artwork for Advertisements. Keith is currently working on two album sleeves.

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interaction of light and shadow

paulwright Paul has been shooting for three years; this is his fourth year. He fell in love with Seascapes and the juxtaposition between the still and the movement inherent in each capture.

back to the car he saw really cool images. Paul still shoots Street images and finds that they are the more challenging to shoot but also the most rewarding; not only because it produces decisive moment About two years ago Paul imagery, but also because was shooting a before and of the vast array of people after study of the renova- he meets. tion of the Olde city when he happened upon Street It was one of these people photography. The area Paul Paul met on a street shoot was capturing is very near that began his introduchis city’s Central Business tion in to portraiture. She District. While walking was going to a modeling

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school in another city and still had a couple of images she needed for her portfolio. She asked if Paul would help and of course he did. Since then Paul has been studying the effects of ambient light on his subjects. It is the interaction of light and shadow, how it kisses the inner being‌ that is the imagery that he tries to capture.

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between then and now

davekrugman Dave had a camera in his hand since he was old enough to hold one, and as time goes on he found to enjoy it more everyday. Dave often attributes his love for photography to his father and grandfather, who had the same passion long before Dave was around to pick it up. His father recorded countless moments of Dave’s childhood, so from a young age he was used to having a camera around. It came naturally to step behind the lens,

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had the foresight to keep everything compatible. It’s interesting to look at Dave’s father’s work and know that Dave’s images come through the same glass, separated only by time. One of the things he loves most about photography is that it is inextricably linked to technology, and advances DDave’s father preserved alongside it. It is incredibly his grandfathers collecexciting to be involved in a tion of Nikon cameras and field that changes so drastilenses, and Dave often cally from year to year. Dave uses that old equipment in only wishes his grandfather his digital work, as Nikon was still around to see

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how far we’ve come since the days when he built a darkroom in his basement, processing rolls of film with Dave’s father.

time, and how out recollection of events is often quite inaccurate. Instead it is a combination of our understanding of past events, experiences we have had Dave’s interest in photog- in between then and now, raphy was solidified by and our current state of his experience at Boston mind. He learned that even University, where he if you think you have a majored in Psychology. crystal clear memory, it is One of his favourite aspects often riddled with untruths. of Psychology was our Photography to Dave is a studies of memory systems. way to preserve an instant, Dave learned how malso that later you can use it leable memory is, how our as a frame of reference. memories change over

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