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ISSUE #06

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JUNE, 2018

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ear Readers!

We proudly present the June issue and start with our new column by our online editor, Thomas Füngerlings, who describes the fascination of street photography. We are also proud to announce our new collaboration with the Facebook Group NPSI (National Photographic Society of India), whose five winning pictures we present in this issue. In our already traditional column “EYE-Catching Moments” we again present a fantastic selection of great pictures and photographers. Our Photo Reviews will feature works by Ankica Vuletin, Nuno Andrade, Rogério Akiti Dezem, Dieter Hanf, Alain Meunier, Natasha Yankelevich, Ai Tanaka, Apostolis Lempesis, Goran Boricic, Fábio Miguel Roque, Andrea Gonzalez and Adi Segal. The cover photo is by Natasha Yankelevich. We hope you enjoy reading!

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Cover photo by NATASHA YANKELEVICHŠ

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FASZINATION STREET FOTOGRAFIE COLUMN

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THOMAS FÜNGERLINGS

PAGE 6 PHOTOREVIEW WITH ANKICA VULETIN

PAGE 12 PHOTOREVIEW WITH NUNO ANDRADE

PAGE 22 PHOTOREVIEW WITH ROGÉRIO AKITI DEZEM

(AKA AKITI DEZEM)

PAGE 32 PHOTOREVIEW WITH DIETER HANF

PAGE 42 PHOTOREVIEW WITH ALAIN MEUNIER

PAGE 52 INTERVIEW WITH NATASHA YANKELEVICH

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CONTENT PHOTOREVIEW WITH AI TANAKA

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PHOTOREVIEW APOSTOLIS LEMPESIS

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PHOTOREVIEW GORAN BORIČIĆ

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FÁBIO

PHOTOREVIEW MIGUEL ROQUE

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PHOTOREVIEW ANDREA GONZALEZ

PAGE 108 PHOTOREVIEW ADI SEGAL

PAGE 116 EYE-CATCHING MOMENTS SELECTION MAY 2018

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treetfotografie kann so viel bedeuten. Jeder interpretiert es anders und alle haben wahrscheinlich recht. Mir ist es wichtig, den Menschen und den Alltag zu zeigen. Egal wo, ob im Park, im Bus, im Museum, im Shoppingcenter oder sonst wo, es muss nicht die Straße sein. Wenn man sich als Neuling der Streetfotografie zuwendet, dann macht man sich wahrscheinlich zu viele Gedanken, anstatt einfach loszulegen. Da ist die Angst vor dem Fotografieren fremder Menschen in der Öffentlichkeit. Ist meine Kamera geeignet und welche Einstellungen wähle ich? Geduld ist bitter, aber ihre Frucht schmeckt süß - Jean-Jacques Rousseau Heute gebe ich ein paar Tipps aus meinem Nähkästchen. Als erstes geht raus und macht Fotos! Und üben üben üben! Habe Geduld und gehe mit offenen Augen und einem extremen Weitwinkelblick durch die Stadt. Ich möchte euch sensibel machen für emotionale und entscheidende Momente, für Details im großen Ganzen, für Geometrie und für Gegensätze jeglicher Art. Wenn ich einen guten Platz sehe, dann versuche ich die Szene zu lesen. Was könnte passieren? Wie ist das Licht? Wo laufen die Menschen lang usw. Dann "robbe" ich mich in die Szene, erkunde verschiedene Positionen, Winkel, Licht ... wähle ggf. die Linse und die Kamera-Einstellungen. Mein Tipp: Die Einstellung "P" funktioniert fast immer prima, besonders dann, wenn es schnell gehen muss. Und das ist bei der Streetfotografie regelmäßig der Fall.

Wenn du jetzt mit deiner Kamera losgehst, die du bestenfalls sogar bedienen kannst, was ist dein Ziel, was suchst du? „The decisive moment“ war eine von Henri Cartier-Bresson geprägte Phrase. Er war einer der frühesten Pioniere der Streetfotografie. „Der entscheidende Moment“ ist dann, wo alles in einem perfekten Timing zusammenkommt und genau dann drückst du den Auslöser. Genau das geschieht aber sehr selten und ich verrate kein Geheimnis, dass Kameras mit Serienbildfunktion sehr hilfreich sind. Wenn du eine spannende Szene siehst, dann lass den Auslöser gedrückt und schieße gleich mehrere Fotos, statt nur eines. Der entscheidende Moment findet sich dann im Gesichtsausdruck, in einer Geste, einer Handlung oder er liegt in der Bewegung. Sogar Henri Cartier-Bresson hat massig Fotos von einer Szene gemacht. Dann hat er später nur das beste Bild bearbeitet und entwickelt.

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Ich habe mir eine Serie aus dem Vasa-Museum in Stockholm ausgesucht, wo ich das Robben an und in die Szene verdeutlichen möchte. Es waren mehrere Anläufe und Personen nötig, bis endlich genau die entscheidende Person, in richtiger (gewünscht komponierter) Richtung und deren Silhouette im Kreis optimal reinlief. Zum Schluss habe ich das Bild noch in schwarz-weiß gewandelt und die Ränder passend beschnitten.

Ich zähle hier auch die sogenannte Candid-Fotografie hinzu. Sie beschreibt die Kunst, spontane Aufnahmen zu machen und unbemerkt aus dem Moment heraus zu fotografieren. Das erfordert Mut! Man muss die Szene schnell erfassen, aber trotzdem nicht eingreifen oder stören. Bestenfalls schaut die Person - ungestellt (kein Posing) aus der Situation heraus - genau in die Kamera. Dies kann Glück, Schmerz, Traurigkeit, Wut, Einsamkeit, Humor, Angst oder Liebe sein. Starke Emotionen im Gewühl der Stadt zu finden, ist schon schwer genug. Und dann musst du schnell sein, um das Foto zu knipsen, bestenfalls bevor die Leute dich bemerken.

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FASZINATION STREETFOTOGRAFIE In der Pariser Metro ist mir ein toller emotionaler Moment mit dem farbigen alten Mann geglückt. Auch das streitende Pärchen in Stockholm, sowie die Dame aus München mit Blick in die Zeitung einen Tag nach dem Amok-Lauf vom letzten Sommer, gefallen mir echt gut.

Wenn du unterwegs bist, kannst du auf kleine Details achten. Dies bedeutet, anstatt ein Ganzkörper-Foto von jemandem auf der Straße zumachen, konzentriere dich auf Hände, Gesicht, Ohrringe, Füße oder irgendetwas anderes, was sie mit sich tragen. Indem du weniger von dem zeigst, was eigentlich da ist, schaffst du mehr Rätsel in deinem Bild. Weniger ist oft mehr.

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Ich glaube nicht, dass die Streetfotografie unbedingt immer Menschen einbeziehen muss, aber die Interaktion finde ich persönlich sehr wichtig. Manchmal kann man städtische Ansichten zeigen, die z.B. den Zustand der Gesellschaft zeigt. Oder eine Szene, die irgendwie ein Gefühl von Nostalgie, Emotionen oder gesellschaftlicher Kritik auslöst. Drei Beispiele habe ich hier für euch, diesmal mit Menschen im Konsumrausch (Foto aus Roermond), in der Not (in Paris) oder als „Außenseiter“ bei den letzten Kanzlern Schmidt, Kohl, Schröder und Merkel auf dem Foto von Andreas Gursky.

Die Straßenfotografie lebt von starken Bilder durch besondere Kontraste. Kontraste im Sinne von Gegenüberstellungen (auch Juxtaposition), dass man zwei verschiedene Elemente im Bild komponiert, die sich gegenseitig widersprechen. Hilfreich ist es, wenn man erst einen interessanten Hintergrund sucht (z.B. ein Werbeplakat) und dann auf einen Menschen wartet, der die Werbebotschaft unterstützt oder auch widerspricht. Beides kann interessant sein. Unten ein Foto aus der Peter Lindbergh Ausstellung in der Kunsthal Rotterdam.

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FASZINATION STREETFOTOGRAFIE Nicht alle Streetfotografien müssen emotional sein Viele finden Bilder mit geometrischen Elementen sehr ansprechend. Diese Bilder werden richtig komponiert, d.h. man achtet auf eine tolle Lichtführung mit Licht und Schatten, sie haben starke diagonale Linien, führende Linien, Kurven und Formen. Mein Foto, welches auch mit sehr viel Geduld entstanden ist, stammt aus dem Klimahaus in Bremerhaven.

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Das waren meine heutigen Inspirationen für euch. Traut euch, geht raus, schaut euch um, achtet auf Details, Gegensätze, Farben, Licht, Geometrie und entscheidende Momente ... und macht Fotos.

Quelle: www.thomas-fuengerlings.de/weekly7

Der Autor Thomas Füngerlings ist Mitte 50. Nach dem Studium und den ersten Berufsjahren in Hamburg, lebt er in Kempen am Niederrhein und arbeitete lange Zeit als Werbeleiter in Verlagen. Heute ist er Fotograf, Blogger (wöchentliches weekly) und Online-Editor und Administrator beim EYE-Photomagazine www.facebook.com/groups/eyephotomagazineeditorschoice

Seit 2014 liegt der Fokus auf der People- und Streetfotografie. Die Reiselust treibt ihn regelmäßig in die Metropolen der Welt. Letztes Jahr war er über drei Monate unter dem Motto #1DayInALifeInNZ in Neuseeland unterwegs. Mehr von ihm findet ihr hier: www.thomas-fuengerlings.de www.facebook.com/thomas.fuengerlings www.flickr.com/photos/thomas-aus-kempen/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCjJRB62sCfQbkhCQroKIbFA/videos

SUMMARY “The decisive moment” was a phrase coined by Henri Cartier-Bresson. He was one of the earliest pioneers of street photography. “The decisive moment” is when everything comes together in a perfect timing and then you press the button. Exactly this happens however very rarely, and I tell no secret that cameras with serial image function are very helpful. When you see a thrilling scene, press the shutter button and shoot several photos instead of just one. The decisive moment is then found in the facial expression, in a gesture, in an action or in the movement. Even Henri Cartier-Bresson took huge numbers of photos of a particular scene. Then he later worked and developed only the best picture.

The high art of street photography is to capture emotions. This may be happiness, pain, sadness, anger, loneliness, humor, anxiety, or e.g. Love. Finding strong emotions in the crowds of the city is already hard enough. And then you have to be fast to take pictures, at best, before people notice you.

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PHOTO RE VIEW ANKICA VULETIN


PHOTO RE VIEW ANKICA VULETIN

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’m Ankica Vuletin, an artist from Split, Croatia with a tendency of creative expression. The love for photography came spontaneously. Ever since I discovered my aspiration towards visual expression many years ago, I partnered with my camera on this eternal journey of exploring the world through the lens and additionally empowered through various professional programs such Adobe Photoshop. Today I strive constantly for capturing a glimpse of what I like to call style photography and art still life. In my opinion, for a good photo it is crucial what the photographer wants to convey with the photography. I like color photography but prefer black and white, in the end, it all depends on the motive. The black & white photo is closer to me, more my reflection of my visual expression. Through these few tones, I can easily express what is really important to me. Emotions. Some cadres are very subtle, sensitive. Common motives are women. Strong women. There is, of course, a display of forgiveness, love in all forms, longing, suffering, strength, motivation, optimism. I’m sensitive to emotional movements. I let the senses capture the moment and try to make it more credible, to tame the chains of my photos. Creating each individual photo is a challenge. Mostly I often challenge myself. My inspiration at that moment of creation is crucial. I like to try out various techniques; it is currently my biggest occupation. I think it is most important to have a full heart in photo work. Satisfaction with creation is important. I always try to convey the message that finds the way to whoever looks at the photo. Of course, we all see a different message, but that is the fun part of photography. I just have fun, so I would recommend it to others as well. 14

WEB: www.facebook.com/PhotoByAnkicaVuletin/


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“Brocken Soul” - Series

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“Blur”

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“I am the blues” - Series

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“Dreamworld”

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“Without you”

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PHOTO RE VIEW NUNO ANDRADE


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have always liked to observe what surrounds me, the people, the city, the bustle of day-to-day or the calm of an area where almost nothing happens. Moments that were registered only in my mind. In 2011 I started looking at photography, B&W became an obsession. Whether the space or place, the human presence is essential, a presence that is almost always solitary and suffocating that only has the light as company, and it is this light that makes the character and the photographer breathe or even scream. I would say that my photographs are screams which came from the silence that invades my soul when I photograph. Photographing does me good.

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PHOTO RE VIEW ROGÉRIO AKITI DEZEM


PHOTO RE VIEW ROGÉRIO AKITI DEZEM

My name is Rogério Akiti Dezem (aka AkitiDezem). I am Brazilian and I’ve been living in Osaka, Japan since 2010. Like many Brazilian boys, my childhood dream was to be a professional soccer player, but my life path led me to become a university professor (of history) which has been my profession since 1997. I have two books and more than 20 articles published about Japanese immigration in Brazil, my field of study. In recent years, the photographic combination “people + urban spaces” has become my addiction, my need. To me, street photography is more a state of mind than the search for “decisive moments” on the streets. I am 43 years old. Since I was about 17, in the early 90s, I’ve been interested in photography (history and theory). However, it was not until after I moved to Japan, that I started to try to capture the universe of “dreams, desires, beauty, disappointments, hopes ...” around the streets. I’ve never imagined being a photographer or anything like that; it was just a hobby, a passion till 4-5 years ago… My analog photo project “Naniwa” (old Osaka’s city name) is an attempt to decipher the city from indirect glances, trying to create spaces of dialogue between photographer and “faceless” people who inhabit it. I started this project in 2016 and since then I work on it twice a week going out and shooting for 6-7 hours WEB: http://akitidezemphotowalker.zenfolio.com Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/159607533@N02/ 34


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PHOTO RE VIEW DIETER HANF

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was born 1959, in Cologne, Germany. Married, father, teacher, philosopher. My father was a very talented artist, he was invited to study art in Berlin, but World War II and the following years had made him concentrate on surviving and working in several jobs. He wasn’t a great teacher but I got his fascination with structures, composition and vision of pictures and photography. At the end of the 70s and beginning 80s, I started photographing in the new wave and punk music scene in Cologne. Some friends and I build up a small photo studio and did portraits, band presentations and much more. In analog times the production of pictures in quality took a long time. As the bands and the press were waiting for them, I came up with a mobile developing kit and turned every small room into a dark room to develop the film material behind the stages. I sat for hours and worked with the chemicals and the exposure device. I experimented with recipes from a hand written book from a female photographer from the early 20s of the 20th century. For financial reasons I shut down the studio and did photography in private mode. So I went on with my education and job qualifications. Studies in philosophy and German language followed. While I had several jobs and locations, became a fully qualified rugby coach and development specialist, photography was always a way to get a special perspective about life. Photography for me is more than the combination of light, object, and technique. It is a way to see the world from different angles. I love to explore and find basic as well as elaborated structures. I also love to find and give hints about possible stories beneath the surface. From my experiments with analog technics, I knew that there are several hidden secrets to bring to light. As I am photographing for 40 years, I got a lot of themes to work at. Portraits, documentaries, street photography, contemporary, abstracts are still attracting me. I love to highlight scenes, emotions, moods, movements, animals, and people.

Web: www.dhanf.net Online Gallery: www.saatchiart.com/dhanf Instagram: www.instagram.com/insterhanf Facebook: www.facebook.com/dhanf.artworks Exhibition:

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from left to right: “ND1Taxi” “F4Shattered Dream” “Fluid Dream” “SN2” “SN3Yellow and Blue”

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“Theme Trains”

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“A3Entrance”

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“Travellers”

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PHOTO RE VIEW ALAIN MEUNIER

“Meditation”


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started photography 25 years ago and always wanted to shoot women, for fashion, portrait or fine art nude. Today, I’m working on a project in black and white. The themes are “Emancipation, Meditation, and Chastity”. I’m working on it with my team (make-up, hair, light assistants) and my Art Director, Alexia Vic.

https://alainmeunier.book.fr/

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“Chasteté”

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Series “Emancipation”

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“Chasteté”

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“Méditation”

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PHOTO RE VIEW NATASHA YANKELEVICH

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PHOTO RE VIEW NATASHA YANKELEVICH

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atasha Yankelevich is a photographer and designer from Moscow. She was born in November 1, 1988. In 2005 she entered the Russian Tourism and Service University deciding to learn graphic design. After finishing university she worked as a graphic and web designer. She also started to take part in creative shootings as a model. She was inspired by the process and the photo industry, so decided to make captures by herself. Since that time Natasha took part in numerous projects, сreative and fashion shootings, magazine’s publications, exhibitions. Natasha’s first exhibition took place in Moscow gallery “Zdes na Taganke” The main thing in her photography is to get a real emotion, that can be understandable for everyone. All of her subjects are about the sensuality in each of us. It is the little stories about thoughts, senses and invisible miracles, on the way to yourself. All her shoots are always planned. Natasha makes a mood board with the examples of the locations, model poses, clothes and props to make result predictable. Also it helps the model to understand the mood of the idea.

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PHOTO RE VIEW AI T A NA K A


PHOTO RE VIEW AI TANAKA

Born in 1968,Tokyo Japan. Photo Artist. I started to take pictures of myself around 2013 and expressed it through FB and Instagram. Most of my photos are self-portraits. It means that I am taking photos by myself of myself. Taking a picture for me is like breathing. When I focus my breathing, I can feel the universe inside and outside. It is coming and going through my body and it reminds me that I am a part of it. I feel that taking a picture of me is touching the depth of me. It always comes naturally and suddenly with inspiration. It is a feeling that it is called by something rather than shooting with my own will. When I take photos I feel like I surrender to what I do not know at this moment. I am like an instrument to express something that always exists here and now. Each moment is a gift from something great. I feel like we are art forms of beings. I feel so happy I could express something we cannot see but can feel through SELFIE. I really enjoy this moment. My photos are taking in natural light always with the feeling of love. Who am I today? It brings me an always-fresh idea, inspiration, new moments. It is a wonderful opportunity to feel freshness every day and meet myself anew. Life is wonderful, isn’t it? I would like to share love and light within us through my photo works. Most of my photo was taken by smart phone. I am using Huawei p10 plus now. And I use Leica x1, Sony RX100III, Fuji film x30. Taking with remote control and self-timer. In Japan, I have workshops and individual sessions and taking photograph portraits. I was invited the photo festival exhibition of France Saint Gilles Croix de Vie in 2016, 2017. Website: https://aisora.jimdo.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/aihirogaru Instagram: www.instagram.com/aihirogaru

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PHOTO RE VIEW APOSTOLIS LEMPESIS


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’m Apostolis, photographer, and videographer, based in Athens, Greece. Being obsessed with the beauty of cinematic art form since my teenage years, I decided to study filmmaking. Through the process of studying the technics and meanings of the moving picture and the elements within a frame, from someone’s expression to the orchestrated use of light and shadow, I fell in love with still images and photography as well, finding one more way to express myself through art. I used to experiment with different kinds of photography, trying to put in every image - regardless of the concept and the subject - aesthetic elements. I have a particular affection for the use of shadows in German Expressionism and Film Noir, to my love for BDSM and 80s Gothic culture. In my latest projects, I worked almost entirely within the range of portrait and fashion photography, the latter being something almost new to me. Currently, I’ m planning a return to filmmaking, as well as developing ideas for upcoming photographic projects, looking for a more grotesque and dark imagery. Facebook: www.facebook.com/aposlempesphotography Instagram: www.instagram.com/apostolis_lempesis

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PHOTO RE VIEW GORAN BORIČIĆ


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am Goran Boričić, I live and work in Podgorica, Montenegro. For me, photography is a style of life, and photography is an attitude to everyday life and to the life which happens in front of your eyes. From that attitude derives the style. Photography has power in which a photographer freezes the moment of the real life. Photography is a faithful companion of my life, an inseparable part of my being. I do not live from photography, I do live for photography.

Web: www.facebook.com/apartmani.hercegnovi.3

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“juce jaka”

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“tri na tri”

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“brze pruge”

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PHOTO RE VIEW FÁBIO MIGUEL ROQUE


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ORIGIN Foreword by Irina Popova

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verybody has a family archive. Or at least - family history. Some family histories are very well kept and preserved, but many of them get forgotten. In the book “Origin” by Fábio Miguel Roque family archive becomes something more than just a trace of forgotten family histories. It becomes an evidence of the time. Of about how the time changes the faces, events, - covers with mould something what once seemed important. If the book was trying to just tell us who these people were, how they looked, what they were doing and what they were proud of, probably it would only be worth staying in one family album in one unique copy, taken out the drawer in special occasions, and being shown to family members and close friends only. The fact of being published transforms it into the generic history of human beings, a story about the time. Photography as a medium becomes the biggest topic of this story. Ruined emulsion, old Kodak stamps become the characters of the story, alongside with the people. Handwriting and calligraphy form part of the visual story where the form of typographical representation exchanges the meaning. This handwriting can be understood in any language: it’s a smile of time about the temporality of human existence. The people, which once looked happy and contented with their lives, sunshine and other short-termed things, now look to us through the layers of transformation: sometimes the faces are covered with dust and scratches. Sometimes we see an inverted version of black-and-white, like if we looked on the film, dark faces with white eyes, alien creatures with no visible relation to us - just the prints of emulsion. And as an archaeologist of the Egyptian mummies, a viewer of this book is supposed to look into the histories which never get him closer to the truth: who were these people and what happened to all them? Photography is the only answer to the question of life, that’s why it makes it the closest metaphor for death: everything what can be reflected paper and stored forever in a form of a print, may as easily disappear in the reality from the face of Earth. Everything what’s reflected on the photo, will never be the same. Including us. *** Fábio Miguel Roque www.fabiomiguelroque.com

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PHOTO RE VIEW ANDREA GONZALEZ


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y name is Andrea Gonzalez, also known as “Bolena�. I was born in Buenos Aires, Argantina, and living now in Monteviddeo, Uruguay.

After attending to the Graphic Design School in Buenos Aires, I found myself mostly involved in photography. I really enjoy going out with my camera. Contact: bolenaphoto@gmail.com Website: www.bolenaphotography.com Instagram: @bolenaphoto Facebook: @bolenaphoto

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PHOTO RE VIEW ADI SEGAL


PHOTO RE VIEW ADI SEGAL

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am a 32 year old freelance photographer, living for the past 7 years with my family in a small ecological community in the north of Israel. I love visual storytelling, working on a long-term documentary project and natural light. Around here, away from the city’s harshness, on the social and geographic periphery, along with nurturing a veggie garden, a tree nursery, a partnership in a goat pen and community living I find my inspiration. I was born in Tel Aviv. I took my first photography course whilst studying art in high school. Later I served as a photographer for the IDF’s spokesperson unit and had the opportunity to cover some meaningful events in the history of Israel such as the disengagement from the Gaza Strip in the summer of 2005. This period of service was eye-opening for me as a person and photographer where I learned some of my most important lessons about justice, injustice and the political reality in which I am living in. Later, I went on a journey to photograph throughout India and Nepal. I got a scholar to create a photo exhibition about South Korea, attended the “Peres Peace Center” “frames of reality” project aiming to bring closer Israeli and Palestinian photographers. My latest project, a traveling photo exhibition project — “Citizens without an address” about the unrecognised Bedouin villages of the Galilee, is now presented in Museums and Galleries across Israel. For me, photography is a great tool to investigate the reality in which I am living in and a platform to create public awareness of social and political issues which are hidden from the public eye. I am represented in France by “Cosmos” agency and publish pictures in Israeli and international magazines such as “La Via”, “Le Monde”, “Reformatorisch Dagblad”, “Brigitte”, “Haaretz”, “Masa Acher” Web: www.adi-segal.com

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Series “citizens without an adress”

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Series “Kadital”

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“untitled”

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PHOTO RE VIEW ADI SEGAL

Series “Tzivon b&w”

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eye Catching - Moments

Our Facebook photo group admins and online editors, Helena COSTA, Mona Rehmers (Mona Mour), Thomas FĂœNGERLINGS and Markus Brandstetter, did their best to compile an interesting, albeit difficult collection of unique, remarkable and fantastic photos. We call them the "EYE Catching Moments". With great pride and joy, we present these images here, selected in May 2018.

EYE-Photo Magazine always strive to provide you with a lively cross-section of the different photo styles. The photographs were selected from our Facebook photo group, a group of more than 15,000 members and photographers sharing hundreds of fantastic pictures every day. Visit the photo group here: www.facebook.com/groups/eyephotomagazineeditorschoice

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Andrea Ratto © 127


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Amandio Antunes © “the steps”

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Aslan Sarızeybek ©

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Carter Ray © - “parking” 130


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Horst Frommont ©- “Berlin 2018”

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Alessandro Rizzitano Š

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Atsuya Harukawa Š

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Chris Fai Chan ©

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Daiti Nagai Š

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Abdularhman Adi © - “the last night”

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Andy Lau ©

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Chan Chun Ming Š

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Keith Walker © - “Into the Light, Vatican City”

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Antonio E. Ojeda © - “Años Luz”

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Elisa Tomaselli Š

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Lilian Fraga Š

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Antje Schirmaier © - “RightRoad”

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Alexander Heine Š

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Chees Buitendijk © - “Red Hat Man”

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David Rutter LRPS © - “ Yellow Coat, Paris”

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Fernando Escrivá ©

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Eliecer L. Labory © - “Coast of relief. Güímar. Tenerife”

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Paulo Solipa Š

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Stefan Thaler ©- “explore the night “

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Roshan Salim © - “Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi”

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Georgios Delimosis © - “the Santorinis bridge”

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Salman Ahmed Š

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Emanuel Pereira Aparíco Ribeiro © - “s e c r e t”

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Fab Prt (Fabien Perrot) © - “The headless #1”

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Goran Pavletic © - “Gentleman in Venice from series Venice by Night”

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Liron Bauer Fenik Š

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Louis Cheung ©

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Mário Pereira ©

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Heike Skamper © - “Begegnung”

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José Antoine Costa © - “Hong Kong Girl”

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Karmilla Shelly © - “hold your breath” Credits of the picture: Photographer / Art Director: Karmilla Shelly Model: Jasmine R. Retoucher: Francesco Pandolfi

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Huu Tam ©

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Eva Sen © -”Kamila”

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Jean Louis-Neveu © - “L’èventail rouge avec Eranthe Mod’elle”

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Jack Savage © 166


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Patricia Kerkhofs © - “Angel hands”

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Ivan A Ivanov ©

“The Creation”

“Cloudy” 168


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“The Eye” 169


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Kovalev Ivan / Иван Ковалёв ©

“Keeper of the Wood”

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“Reminiscence”


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“In a Shadow”

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Joan Bosch ©

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John Harper ©

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Kevin Lim Š

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Martin U. Waltz © - “Berlin 2018”

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Lưu Hà © - “Firefly”

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Malgorzata Fober © - “X”

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Malgorzata Sagan - Nowicka © - “eye” 178


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Maya Iltus Š 179


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Marta Lityńska Š

Model: Aga MUA & Hair: Kreator Piekna - wizaz i fotografia

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Model: Sandra Plajzer MUA: Kreska Make-up, Katarzyna Chruscinska

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Masatoshi Washimi Š

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Mateusz Górniak © - “Reflection of the world”

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Manuel Martin © - “Rheinfall”

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Mariano Belmar Torrecilla © - “Abstracción”

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Tobias Löhr ©- “New York” 186


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Ryeo Baba © - “the west side story”

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Peter van Stralen Š

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Quirin Gertz © - “Rome Italy 2018”

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Roberta Pastore © - “the clown”

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Rosca Rt © - “homage to Celeste”

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Takaaki Ishikura Š

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Rui Lacerda © - “love between cloths”

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Sumit Goel ©

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Tim Briers © - “The sorcerer”

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Tejal Mewar © - “Hope”

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Wolfgang Gangl Š

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深津友成 ©

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ARTIST INDEX • Abdularhman Adi

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• Alessandro Rizzitano www.facebook.com/alessandro.rizzitano • Alexander Heine www.facebook.com/alexander.heine.35 • Andrea Ratto www.facebook.com/andrea.ratto.5036 • Andy Lau www.facebook.com/Andy30624770 • Antje Schirmaier www.facebook.com/antje.schirmaier • Antonio E. Ojeda www.facebook.com/AntonioEOjeda • Aslan Sarızeybek

www.facebook.com/AslanSARIZEYBEK

• Atsuya Harukawa www.facebook.com/ryuiherao • Carter Ray www.facebook.com/carter.ray.376 • Cees Buitendijk www.facebook.com/cees.buitendijk.39 • Chan Chung Ming www.facebook.com/chunming.chan.142 • Chris Fai Chan

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011686255329

• Daiti Nagai www.facebook.com/daiti.nagai.5 • David Rutter LRPS

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• Eliecer L. Labory www.facebook.com/eliecer.lopez.754 • Elisa Tomaselli

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• Emanuel Pereira Aparício Ribeiro

www.facebook.com/emanribphoto

• Eva Sen (Ewa Rydzewski)

www.facebook.com/ave.rydzewski

• Fab Prt (Fabien Perrot)

www.facebook.com/fab.prt.16

• Fernando Escriva

www.facebook.com/fernando.escriva.3

• Georgios Delimosis www.facebook.com/delimosis • Goran Pavletic

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• Heike Skamper www.facebook.com/heike.skamper • Horst Frommont www.facebook.com/horst.frommont • Huu Tam www.facebook.com/huutam.asd • Ivan A Ivanov

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• Jack Savage

www.facebook.com/jackowensavage

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ARTIST INDEX • Jean Louis-Neveu

www.facebook.com/jeanlouis.neveu.9

• Joan Bosch www.facebook.com/joan.bosch.7 • John Harper

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1563345801

• José Antoine Costa www.facebook.com/jose.antoine.costa • Karmilla Shelly www.facebook.com/Karmilla17 • Keith Walker www.facebook.com/keith.walker.378199 • Kevin Lim

www.facebook.com/kevin.lim.988373

• Kovalev Ivan (Иван Ковалёв)

www.facebook.com/easeofsoul

• Lilian Fraga www.facebook.com/fragalilian • Liron Bauer Fenik www.facebook.com/lironbauer • Louis Cheung www.facebook.com/louis.cheung.73 • Lưu Hà

www.facebook.com/HongHaLuuVN

• Małgorzata Fober

www.facebook.com/mflaber

• Małgorzata Sagan - Nowicka

www.facebook.com/malgorzata.sagan

• Manuel Martin www.facebook.com/manuel.martin.58726823 • Mariano Belmar Torrecilla

www.facebook.com/mariano.belmartorrecilla

• Mário Pereira www.facebook.com/marioserrapereira • Marta Lityńska

www.facebook.com/martasarablanka

• Martin U Waltz www.facebook.com/martinuwaltz • Masatoshi Washimi www.facebook.com/masatoshi.washimi • Mateusz Górniak www.facebook.com/MGartPhootography/ • Maya Iltus www.facebook.com/maya.iltus • Patricia Kerkhofs www.facebook.com/patricia.kerkhofs • Paulo Solipa www.facebook.com/paulo.solipa.7 • Peter van Stralen

www.facebook.com/peter.vanstralen.5

• Quirin Gertz www.facebook.com/quirin.gertz • Roberta Pastore www.facebook.com/roberta.pastore.961 • Rosca Rt www.facebook.com/rt13.rosca

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ARTIST INDEX • Roshan Salim www.facebook.com/roshan1salim • Rui Lacerda www.facebook.com/rlacerda2 • Ryeo Baba www.facebook.com/ryeo.baba • Salman Ahmed www.facebook.com/hisalman • Stefan Thaler www.facebook.com/thalerst • Sumit Goel www.facebook.com/sumit.goel.31586 • takaaki ishikura www.facebook.com/takaaki77 • Tejal Mewar www.facebook.com/TejalArtwork • Tobias Löhr www.facebook.com/tobias.lohr.7 • Tim Briers www.facebook.com/tim.briers.5 • Wolfgang Gangl www.facebook.com/wolfgangganglphotography •

深津友成

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003067217308

EYE-Photo Magazine is an independent, online magazine, providing a platform to talented and enthusiastic photographers from all over the world to present their work, regardless their genre, to an international readership. All images and text, published in EYE-Photo Magazine are the sole property of the featured authors and artists and subject to copyright! EYE-Photo Magazine shall not be liable for the content, quality, relevance or accuracy of any materials used in this issue. Without written permission of its legal owner, no photo or text can be reproduced, edited, copied or distributed in any form. EYE-Photo Magazine © - all rights reserved www.eye-photomagazine.com office@eye-photomagazine.com

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& In cooperation with NPSI (National Photographic Society of India), we proudly present our first joint publication of the best photos, selected by the admins of NPSI’s Facebook Photo Group. (www.facebook.com/groups/npsi.photoclub) NPSI’s mission is to promote creativity through photography and to share and critique photographs, to educate and to help to improve the technical skills of its community. Apart from regular competitions, the Club is holding discussions, organize exhibitions, events, and workshops.

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