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BARBARA MIERAU-KLEIN

BJÖRN WITT

JEAN-LOUIS DELHAYE

MICHAEL SCHNABL 4

MIKE KREITEN

VICTOR TOBAR

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arbara Mierau-Klein’s fine art images reflect her fascination with the beauty of color and light. A native of Germany, Barbara lives in the Washington D.C. area. As a passionate landscape and nature photographer since her teenage years, Barbara is often travelling the world trying to capture the evocative power of beautiful landscapes and nature in her photographs. A few years ago Barbara discovered the world of digital photo compositions and has been captivated by the endless creative possibilities it opened up for her when digitally blending multiple images, textures and effects. Her digital artwork covers a wide variety of subjects, sometimes with whimsical elements, at times with a hint of the fantastical, often with elements of nature, always with intriguing color and light effects. Barbara’s fine art images have won numerous awards, have been published in “Living the Artistic Life” and “Fine EYE Magazine”, and are on display in select art galleries in the US. WEB: www.bmierauklein-photography.com www.barbaramierauklein.com www.facebook.com/barbara.mierauklein www.instagram.com/bmierauklein

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y name is Björn Witt, I was born in Hamburg where I still live. I was always passionate about photography, especially architecture and landscape photography. About 10 years ago I bought my first DSLR camera. As an autodidact, it was a stony path, especially as at the beginning the result often didn’t match the image I had in mind. But just through digital photography, the possibilities are almost inexhaustible. Over the years I dove deeper into the topic of the technical specifications of photography (aperture, shutter speed, filters, lenses etc.) but I also immersed myself in the possibilities of digital image development and also image processing. Since I find many photographic fields interesting, I have decided on none but follow different styles and try to work them out in my way. I find classic black and white photography interesting, but also colour photography, architecture and landscape photography, HDR and abstract image editing. There are always phases in my work in which a certain direction is given preference for a certain amount of time. It is the charm and the variety that inspire me in photography. INTERVIEW How did you get to photography? Photography has always fascinated me. Architectural and landscape photography were the styles that mattered most to me. I was properly captured with the purchase of my first DSLR. Then the path began: getting to know the camera, exploring possible settings and techniques and exploring the possibilities of digital image development and editing. You have a wide range of different motives. Which is your favourite and why? Hard to say, as it always changes in phases. But if I had to choose one, it’s probably the architecture photography. I find it exciting that sometimes capturing only a section of a building to get a very own view and impression of the building. Tell us something about your approach, how does a picture emerge, what inspires you? Most of my inspiration comes from the internet. Pages like 500px, Flickr but also Instagram are a great source of inspiration. You can find fantastic photos and great artists there. I often go on a photo tour and let myself be guided and inspired by what I encounter there. 22

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The rest often happens by itself. The end result does not have much in common with the initial idea. The way to the finished picture has many branches. Whichever path I take, often results spontaneously in the development and processing process. But there is also the solid idea of the finished picture, which is then implemented exactly the same way. Your pictures have their own atmosphere, sometimes calm, sometimes trendy, like your New York photos. How much work do you put in the post-processing of your works? That is very different. Sometimes I move only a few sliders in Lightroom to have the result I want. But it also happens that a picture has to mature, because the result does not satisfy me. Then I sit down again and again, try new ways and then finally come to a proper conclusion. In the present day, literally everyone is a photographer, the Internet and the media are being flooded with snapshots. How difficult is it for you as a photographer to be perceived as an artist? That is rather difficult. It just helps to keep going and stay active. One should not be discouraged. Ultimately, however, you have to do your work primarily for yourself; of course, getting attention and appreciation for his work is excellent and motivates me immensely. Spontaneously: black & white or colour? What do you prefer and how do you decide which photo you process in which form? Spontaneously? Both! Whether a picture is worked out in colour or black-and-white arises during the process of image editing. Architecture photography is often looks best in black and white, whereas a night scene looks better in colour. This is perhaps a philosophical question: how do you see the future of photography? Tricky to say. I guess the flood of images we experience nowadays will be probably even increase but I hope that beside the ordinar “snapshots� there still will be people who try to express something special with their photos. The digital photography and the availability of cameras also promotes many new talents to the surface, who otherwise might not have started with the photography. On the one hand, discovering these talents becomes more difficult. On the other hand, the possibilities of presenting images online are immense. But here, in the end, there is still a passion for creating something special, which will hopefully be given due recognition. Our last question: what advice would you give to a newcomer who wants to make photography a profession? You have to stay hungry and not give up. If you are passionate about it and stay true to yourself, you move forward. One should not be discouraged and also survive without inspiration phases, then one can go on again and again with new energy.

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www.bjoernwitt.com

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Concept and artistic approach “ Happy who as Ulysses went for a lifetime trip ... and who found back after many crossings the country of his green years “ as it was said, and I keep a fantastic luck to have been able to make my artistic vision up throughout ten years of photo report from Western Europe to South Asia, as so many magic moments met through the lens of my camera over the time and the space. The visual creation remains, nowadays, mostly shared between studio effects and computer graphic extrapolation in a kind of experts’ competition which flood us with a paradisiac universe, so far from the commonness of our everyday life. In order to maintain a balance I thus invite the public, in the course of my images, in the discovery of imaginary worlds on the border of surrealism or of a fantastic tale, in a universe where the invested technical means are not the main part and where the image takes it over, similar to the storyteller of times past to propose a bit of a story which is going to arouse the interrogation. From then on, everyone will bring his own real-life experience to decode the intention of the author hidden behind these staging which suggests without ever bringing of conclusion... the door is half-opened on another world that the spectator will have the delicate mission to explore. My work as an artist photographer articulates on several axes simultaneously: portrait, landscape, imaginary worlds or fantastic tales. Working techniques will be from multiple exposures to composite imaging within the framework of creative concepts realized by means of a very basic photo gear or post-production software, without any possible comparison with that of the big guns of photography. From then on, we are far away from the means that well-known photographers allow to some ideal creation of a perfect image dedicated by a sales campaign. On the contrary my images are going to demonstrate as one pleases that nothing’s perfect, and that nobody has to conform to it. A demonstration of “ the real life “ in all that it has of supernatural or poignant, this is the “Witness” part of my work: a will to explore with 38

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wide open eyes the twilight of our modern world, while simultaneously my collection dedicated to the imaginary worlds gives carte blanche to some atmospheres of sweetness in fantastic universes … It is thus all my pallet, in the colors of a curiosity and a capacity of delight without limit, a whole universe in which I wish to bring the visitors of my images. My artistic references? Creator of “Fine art” imaging, I like surrealism just as much as hyper-realism and it’s with a technical approach similar to that of Adrian Sommeling or Dave Hill, mixed with a zest of Henki Bilal, that I merge with delight my experience of the photo-report in my sensibility of illustration creator, sometimes in the way of Manu Bonmariage. Biography : Self-taught photographer, fascinated by the image since the era of argentic, Jean-Louis Delhaye dedicated himself to the photo-reporting from the beginning of the 80’s by covering numerous documentary and sociological subjects, from Europe to the Middle East, as a permanent member of Aruna Photo Agency in Paris, before being based in Quebec where he pursues his author-photographer’s artistic creation, editorial illustration and contemporary portraits. Delighted by imaging his surrounding, and the real life, he likes surrealism just as much as hyper-realism and that’s now from Quebec that he works on the production of his new label, «Composite Horizons» a whole world focused on fantastic tale, with a technical approach in the pure tradition of Adrian Sommeling or Dave Hill, like in a virgin field where to merge with a great pleasure his experience of the photo-report in the wave of his creator sensibility. Prices and mentions : • 3 mentions in the Judgement of the Quebec Corporation of Master-Photogra phers 2014 • Jury’s choice – Photography Challenge of the RCM of Jardins-de-Napierville 2016 • Mention originality – Antoine Lacombe’s exhibition-competition 2018

WEB: portfolio-imagine.weebly.com www.facebook.com/Photograph.by.Lou www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5BughrvyuY

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aat Stieber is a fine art photographer who weaves the worlds of surrealism and noble Dutch art into her images. Born on a Dutch island, but shaped by her many years abroad and views on the world, Kaat is moved by diverse sceneries. From architecture in ancient cities to fields closer to home, the visuals are stored in her imagination. Capturing instants of nature and structure for later recall. The goal? Crafting her own, new world. Mixing a broad set of creative skills with an internationally acclaimed background in theatre and costume design, Kaat’s photos are assembled with vast craftmanship. Kaat Stieber’s main mission within the art industry, is to create painterly pictures. Working from her imagination, she combines crafts such as photography, costume making, concepting ideas, directing and over twenty years of experience in theatre into one rich final product. Always building and replaying stories in mind, always clutching a camera to capture specific scenes. Her works of art resemble tableaus from the Dutch Golden Age, clearly depicting pride in Dutch roots and an identification with classic Dutch culture. An admiration of surrealists adds to the scene.

“Art is an investment.

A vision she is serious about

Kaat Stieber, crafting from the brain of a dreamer, mostly works with children for her portraits. The children in her images are seen as wholesome humans, each one strongly portraying a certain character. Kaat Stieber is clear in the direction of her pictures – she follows her own, distinctive path and doesn’t compromise. The life experiences that lead her to create her own painterly realms come with a patience in building exactly what is necessary for a photo. Even if that means one picture takes two months to create.

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From let to right, up to down: “Porcelain 02” “Porcelain shae” “Porcelain nova 1”

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y journey into photography started relatively early. I think I was not even eight years old when I got a very simple camera from my grandmother. I was immediately impressed by this medium. Even today I can remember how excited I was every time when the pictures came back from devel-opment. At the age of 16, I bought an SLR and two prime lenses with my first self-earned money. It was a Praktika and everything had to be set manually. There was not even a semiautomatic exposure-program and there was, of course, no autofocus. I think with these cameras you learned to photo-graph much faster, out of necessity, because shooting garbage came rel-atively expensive. In my early years I photographed a lot with slidefilm, just recently I digitized a lot of the slides from that time. Then there followed some years in which photography was not so im-portant to me. With the rise of digital photography, my interest in this me-dium was reawakened. My engagement with photography became more and more intense and in 2011 I finally turned my hobby into a full-time profession. It quickly became apparent that my strength was people photography and within a few years, I developed a distinctive signature look for my por-traits. Well-known companies from Austria and abroad are now booking me for commercial photography, and musicians in particular love my style for their covers and autograph cards. In the last few years I also won numerous awards at major international photo competitions. Amongst others, two Gold Medals at the Trierenberg Super Circuit (2012 and 2015) – the largest photo-saloon in the world and 10 Awards at the European Professional Photographer of the Year Award from 2011 to 2016. The big successes in these international competitions certainly helped me to become brand ambassador from Fujifilm. After some years with Nikon and then Canon I finally landed at Fujifilm. The enthusiasm for this camera brand has increased even further since then, I would say that Fuji, with its retro design cameras, enhanced my enjoyment of photography.

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It gives me the greatest pleasure to pass on my knowledge in workshops and lectures. In the meantime, I am booked Europe-wide, especially for Portrait-Workshops. in the following some dates of the next time.

Upcoming workshop-events Berlin - 28th - 29th of August 2018 - High End Portraits Graz - 08th September 2018 - Natural Light Portraits Graz - 01st December - 24th March 2019 - Masterclass People Photography An overview of all my workshops can be found on www.fotopraxis.at WEB: Portfolio:

www.michaelschnabl.com

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www.facebook.com/Michael-Schnabl-photography-108381545897512/

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@michael_schnabl

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y passion for photography became rather an obsession. I had a very common development in photography, I’d say. I started with travel photography, I was married to a travel journalist. I was probably more often published than now, haha! I did macros, landscape, high speed, architecture, fashion and boudoir. I’m working for 1x.com, as a senior critic, helping out people to improve their work. No matter what skill set they have, they are all welcome. So when I’m not busy with my own shots, I discuss others work, pretty much most of my free time is dedicated to photography. That’s why I said “obsession”. Luckily, my girlfriend is a photographer herself, I think that’s the only doable combination for this intense hobby. How did you come to photography? I photographed when I was young, had a decent SLR and awesome lenses from my photo-manic grandfather. People stated me as a talent, I did not take it very seriously. But I was too impatient for film. Now I enjoy film, do it in parallel when I travel. It feels so different, the kick when pressing the trigger. Just one shot per motive, that’s my principle. When digital SLR cameras became somewhat useable and affordable, D50/D70 times, I started again. Travel magazines liked my work, which gave me some confidence I wasn’t too bad actually. Some shots from that time I still like, but just some… You cover a wide range of different genres, from portrait to landscape photography. Which are your favorite motives? That’s a side effect of two things. Firstly, in my work for 1x I see so many different takes on photography, very valid for your magazine as well, of course! That makes me want to try everything, better sooner than later. And I’m also a Gemini zodiac, we tend to change preferences, hobbies, everything quite often. Once we got to some level – done – boring – next. Photography gives me the occasion to stick with one hobby, but constantly change what I do. I learn, every day. I couldn’t say what my favorite motive is, but I became very picky. Whether it’s architecture, landscapes, or people. It must be worth the efforts and time, I always have a vision in advance and hunt it. Black and white or color – what do you prefer and why? I became a black & white photographer a few years ago. Shapes, contrast, compositions are what I capture. In every genre even if I do portraits, I probably play with the total scene, the background, lines. 98% of my photos I take in black & white, having a digital orange or red filter applied, and tone according to the theme. Cyan for cool, red for exciting, for example. This gives me a better impression of what I caught. Colors I only use in case they contribute, autumn scenes, sunsets, moody photos. Sometimes I change mind about a photo, because I see the RAW in color, but I generally 82

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rather hunt for shapes, contrasts, lines, symmetry. I’m a real b & w photographer, thinking in tones and not in colors. How elaborate are the preparations, especially when you shoot fashion photography? That’s something I learned from my girlfriend a few years ago, she studied photography. Preparation is everything. I research a lot, have a look at available motives, we sometimes visit a place in advance to figure out when the best light is, we study weather, try to plan everything for perfect conditions. At the end it rarely works out and you have to live with what you get, but you just need to change the concept, and have enough experience to get something out of every situation. For fashion, it’s not that much different. Environment, model and the actual clothing must harmonize in the theme you want to create. I’ve seen very well-made photographs where things did not fit, useless at the end. So, it starts with a concept or mood you need to communicate and share, and then pull all things together. At the set, ideally you just need to position lights and elements in your frame. You’re not alone and can be happy if all others pull on the same string. But like in other genres, you need to be flexible. Things not always work out as planned; well can only speak for me. There are often good situations you did not plan for so better be quick and grab them… What do you think are the biggest challenges today to assert yourself as a photographer and make a name for yourself? If I knew, I had a reputation already, haha! Photography has become such a common thing. More talents have access to it than ever before, hence there is a strong competition. If you want to stand out with your work, you need to decide which way. Because not everybody will like the extraordinary you might do. I think it’s most important that the audience sees something was created with passion. If you want to make money with photography, that’s the stretch. Unless you’re famous and can deliver whatever you really like to do, you may think of “pleasing” eyes to get there and that’s very likely not done with passion then. You would be a rare personality if you haven’t been tempted to alter for the probably more popular variant, however popular may be defined… What advice would you give to a newcomer who wants to get into professional photography? I’m not a pro, you’re probably asking the wrong person. But I know quite a lot professionals, so a few important things I know: find out what you really like to do in photography and concentrate on that. Even if it’s just a starting point and you explore other fields, a solid base is crucial. Never show somebody so-so results. You’re measured by what you show nothing else. Always make clear your work is not for free. If people don’t like the price, they probably don’t know what comes before and after the click. Find companions and work as a team. Either do that in exchange or find people with a passion that fits your requirements, make-up, lights, filming. That’s so much more efficient than trying to do and learn everything yourself. Be hard to yourself, the most difficult thing is to judge your own work. We have emotions and memories attached to our work; we never have a neutral view. Ask people you trust to tell you the truth, ideally with similar preferences. That makes you progress, not higher ratings on photo sites, useless. Stick to your preferences, not what the majority likes to see from you. These preferences potentially may change over time, but they’re always authentic nevertheless. And learn, leave your comfort zone in extra shots, dare to fail but learn from it, be curious, always. We are the best at things we love to do, if you’re lucky you find a way to earn from it. You can find my work on: http://mikekreiten.de And an essence on: https://1x.com/member/mkreiten FEM F EYE INE

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“Genteel Iron” Model: Alexia Vic Fashion: Romain Thévenin

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ictor Tobar, is a Colombian-Canadian professional photographer and graphic designer based in Calgary, with more than 13 years of experience in several different photographic arenas. His portaflio is a mix of traditional and contemporary styles, but his real expression is in the surreal photography, this passion started since he was very young where he started to combine and modified regular and conventional portraits with visual and twisted effects inspired in album covers of his favorite metal bands as Borknagar and Opeth.

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that’s has not been discovered The approach of his images show the collapse of a narrative creating a loop of different feelings, a contrast between traditional photography and imagination. Victor works on both personal and commissioned projects with clients from different countries, musicians, actors, cosplayers and fashion models are his most common clientele but his work has not preference or limits, as he says … every single person has his own reflection.. We are all singular.

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EYE-PHOTO CLUB - LANDSCAPE & NATURE FOTO-WORKSHOP Exklusiver Fotoworkshop zum Thema Landschafts- & Naturfotografie mit Graufiltern, Berglandschaften, Wasser, Langzeitbelichtung bei Sonnenaufgang und Sonnenuntergang inmitten der Schweizer Berge am Seealpsee im Appenzellerland. Bei diesem ganz speziellen Workshop, während einer faszinierenden Jahreszeit, helfen wir Dir die ersten Schritte auf Deiner Reise in die Langzeitbelichtung und der Filterfotografie zu meistern. Hierfür haben wir für Dich einen einzigartigen Spot, inmitten der schönen Natur der Schweizer Berge am Seealpsee im Appenzellerland, ausgesucht. Dieser unfassbar schöne See ist umgeben von Majestätischen Bergen in traumhafter Kulisse. Es wird Dich begeistern.

DIE KURSLEITER Manuel Martin Leidenschaftlicher Landschafts- und Naturfotograf aus Winterthur, einer malerischen Stadt im Norden der Schweiz. Ich liebe es Bergpanoramen aufzunehmen genauso gern wie ich es liebe, in magischen Wäldern zu wandern und nach besonderen Orten zu suchen. Wichtig für mich ist es, die besonderen Lichtstimmungen und Momente in einem Bild festhalten zu können, die sowohl in den Bergen als auch an einem Fluss im Wald entstehen können. Ich liebe einfach das Lichtdrama und deshalb versuche ich diese Momente festzuhalten, egal wo sie in der Natur vorkommen. www.manuelmartinphotography.com https://www.facebook.com/ManuelMartinPhotography/

Markus Brandstetter Ich bin Landscape & Fine Art Fotograf mit Herzblut und lebe am Fuße der Schwäbischen-Alb in Reutlingen in BadenWürttemberg. Aktuell arbeite ich beim EYE-Photomagazin als Online Redakteur und Workshop Trainer. Hauptberuflich bin ich Vorstand und Geschäftsführer einer humanitären Hilfsorganisation. Bereits im zarten Alter von 10 Jahren, habe ich meine ersten Gehversuche, in der damals noch allgegenwärtigen, analogen Fotografie, unternommen. Diese Faszination hält bis heute ungemindert an. Zahlreiche Workshops und Fotoreisen für Landschaft und Natur erweckten eine neue Leidenschaft. Die Langzeitbelichtung! Von der Natur umgeben, voller Ruhe und der gesamte Fokus auf das Motiv gerichtet. Wieder eine neue Zeit der Langsamkeit! www.mb-lichtbild.info www.facebook.com/mblichtbild


Web: www.kasefilters.de Mail: mc@kasefilters.de Fon: +49 4402 973913 0


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he Facebook group of Fine EYE Magazine had been founded back in 2016, containing over 5000 members in the meantime. The "Selection" column in this magazine reflects the fantastic fine art photo work of its members. A great mixture of all genres of fine art photography, it showcases the great talent of the continuously growing community. We select photos in the group on a daily basis, most of them were also published on our Instagram page

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(www.instagram.com/eyephotomagazine) The column of this issue contains almost 140 photos, submitted by over 100 photo artists and members of our Facebook photo group. Visit and join our community on Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/fineeyemagazine


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Nikita

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Lillian Sallie Hmua:

Celeste Di Giantomasso

Dress by : Bird Skin

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Alberto Luis Serra ©


AjayGoel ©, “Ambiguity”

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Andy Dench ©, “Faceless” 120 FEM FINE EYE MAGAZINE


Andy Rahardian Akbar ©, “someone is coming”

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Anna Buczek ©, “Nadia”

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Björn Witt ©, “take a seat”

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Carola Kayen-Mouthaan ©, “I am bored”

Carolien van Schie-Nanninga © 124

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Chris Fraikin ©, “Zaandam”

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Colin Ritchie ©

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Detlef Reich ©, “Salisbury Cathedral”

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David Dahlenburg

“Forest Noir”

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“gazing the unknown”

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Dimitris Leloudas


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Frank Hoogeboom © Eliecer L. Labory © “Benijo, always magical. Tenerife “ 134 FEM FINE EYE MAGAZINE


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Jos Erkamp ©, “morning glow”

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Juan Blanco ©, “Monochromatic Illusions”

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Katherine Young © “Interdependence part I”

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Kenneth Barker ©, “Big country, Grangemouth”

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Kevin Camp © - “Genesis” - Muse: Red Copper

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Kevin Fairley ©, “white horse running”

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Makoto Saito ©

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Nuno Andrade © - “Moment with a taste of silence”

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Nhân Ngô From left to right, up to down: “soul of countryside” “him...” “a worker”

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“Oceanic Fields”

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Rosca Rt ©, “Cloudy”

Robert Hugo Moorman © “Terror made me cruel” 150 FEM FINE EYE MAGAZINE


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“another place, time to reflect”

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Roy Guy


“isolated”

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Salem McBunny ©, “Follow the wind”

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Stefan Borup © - Model and Mua: Melissa Marthinsen, “beautiful lines”

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Model Kateryna Alezia

Schiwa Rose


“The White Dove”

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Stephane Vereecken ©, “Rabid animals series”

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Nasos Karabelas ©

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Taufan Andri ©, “the light” Vic Tobar © Model: Aleks 160 FEM FINE EYE MAGAZINE

“Breaking The Pattern”


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Viorel Maftei ©

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Windu Fidyanto ©, “Matter”

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Youssef Ben Saoud ©, “Contemplation ...”

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Yuval Shiboli ©, “DoubleDock”

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Παναγιώτης Γραμματικάκης “coal and iron”

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“past and futures”

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Wolf Anders © “Soul of Light” 168 FEM FINE EYE MAGAZINE

Model: Kateryna Alezia


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Index of Artists Aiko Inamura

www.facebook.com/aikoinamuraphoto

Ajay Goel

www.facebook.com/AjayGoel.Dxb

Alberto Luis Serra

www.facebook.com/albert.serra.944

An La

www.facebook.com/anlaphotographer

Andy Dench

www.facebook.com/andy.dench.31

Andy Rahardian Akbar

www.facebook.com/andy.rahardian.akbar

Anna Buczek (Anna Romanik)

www.facebook.com/anna.buczek.391

Björn Witt

www.facebook.com/bjorn.witt.9

Carola Kayen-Mouthaan

www.facebook.com/carola.kayenmouthaan

Carolien van Schie - Nanninga

www.facebook.com/carolien.nanninga

Chris Fraikin

www.facebook.com/chris.fraikin

Colin Ritchie

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010221878836

David Dahlenburg

www.facebook.com/david.dahlenburg.1

Detlef Reich

www.facebook.com/detlef.reich.10

Dimitris Leloudas

www.facebook.com/dimitris.leloudas

Dušan Macko

www.facebook.com/dufofoto

Eliecer Labory

www.facebook.com/eliecer.lopez.754

Frank Hoogeboom

www.facebook.com/frank.hoogeboom

Gérard Berr

www.facebook.com/gerard.berr

Jos Erkamp

www.facebook.com/jos.erkamp.3

Juan Blanco

www.facebook.com/juan.blanco.7330763

Katherine Young

www.facebook.com/katherine.young.581525

Kenneth Barker

www.facebook.com/KENNY.W.BARKER

Kevin Camp

www.facebook.com/Kevincampphotography

Kevin Fairley

www.facebook.com/kevin.fairley.756

Makoto Saito (サイトウ マコト)

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011637608349

Marta Lityńska

www.facebook.com/martasarablanka

Nhân Ngô

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100017651460007

Nhân Ngô‎

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100017651460007

Nuno Andrade

www.facebook.com/nuno.andrade.779

Peter F. Wingerter

www.facebook.com/peter.wingerter

Robert Hugo Moorman

www.facebook.com/robert.h.moorman

Rosca Rt

www.facebook.com/rt13.rosca

Roy Guy

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009562836973

Salem McBunny

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100016204113198

Schiwa Rose (Gabriele Baues)

www.facebook.com/schiwa.rose


Index of Artists Schiwa Rose aka Gabriele Baues

www.facebook.com/schiwa.rose

Stefan Borup

www.facebook.com/stefan.borup.1

Stefan Vereecken

www.facebook.com/stephane.verecken.1

Taber Craxous (Nasos Karabelas)

www.facebook.com/nkarabelas

Taufan Andri

www.facebook.com/taufan.andri1

Vic Tobar

www.facebook.com/victobar

Viorel Maftei

www.facebook.com/ion.maftei.9

Windu Fidyanto

www.facebook.com/windu.fidyanto

Wolf Anders

www.facebook.com/Dreamdrummer1963

Youssef Ben Saoud

www.facebook.com/BENSAOUD.YOUSSEF

Yuval Shiboli

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015955458247

Παναγιώτης Γραμματικάκης

www.facebook.com/panagiotis.grammatikakis

Imprint: Fine EYE Magazine © Pulbisher:

Stefan CIMER

Online Editors:

Theodore Kefalopoulos, Gautier Van Lieshout, Luu Hà

Published by:

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Contact:

office@eye-photomagazine.com

Fine EYE Magazine is the sister publication of EYE-Photo Magazine. Both magazine publishing under the parent organisation EYE-Photo Club, a cultural association, which provides a platform to talented, aspiring and enthusiastic photographers, regardless their photographic genre to present their work to an international readership. Fine EYE Magazine EYE-Photo Magazine EYE-Photo Club

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