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Ian Weldon

Photography . I wouldn’t say that there is any project in particular. As with everything else I do, I just photograph what interests me and usually that’s people. Rather than having any predetermined idea of what I want to photograph I apply my process to the act and the lines are becoming blurred with the multiple the project I’m working on. It’s just becoming one project about the things I see, and my relationship to those things. These photographs may have been made on the street, or out in public, but I’ve no interest in trying to define them by […]

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Stefano Carotenuto

Hands down I don’t get it. Editing my pictures I’ve noticed that limbs and hands gestures are a recurring pattern in my photography. The title of this series is obviously a word pun about what actually link all these pictures.

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Baiana Maicol

In a new space. NY, 26-30 June. I decided to take a break from the countryside in which I live in northeastern Italy, to immerse myself in the multiculturalism of the American metropolis. Free to spend five days and dedicate to what is my greatest passion, street photography. The first night at the pub in Brooklyn I met a guy, who immediately told me “Hey dude, don’t visit New York, live it!”. Inside me I tried to live so totally Manhattan, walking in a sort of reality without space and time. I felt that I lived moments without coordinates, living […]

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Emi Cercel

“All things are photographable” so says Garry Winogrand. I am a passionate street wanderer and I use my camera to shoot anything that catches my eye or touches my soul within my home city Bucharest, Romania or other places I visit. I enjoy the light vs. shadow game, the layers, the gestures and the overall human presence that makes the observer questions what is being seen within the frame.

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Margarita Mavromichalis

A Second In Our Life. As a photographer, I am mostly attracted by the human being, and its presence (or sense of presence) in my frame is of utmost importance. I travel the world to catch special moments that will convey surprise, wonder and hopefully some humor stemming from the daily life of people around me. I am mostly intrigued by our differences as I find that the more I learn, the more I grow as an individual. It’s the everyday serendipity that happens and often goes unnoticed that fascinates me and excites me in ways that nothing else does.

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Emre Çakmak

From Meditation To Comprehending The Life Through People. Street photography is not only a meditation now. It has turned into the most important way of expressing myself and comprehending life through people.

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Barry Lewis

Postcards from America. This set of images was my response to the USA after returning to London from a Californian road trip in the spring of 2015. I have been photographing America since 1968 when I worked as a brakeman on the Newhaven railroad, following my hero Jack Kerouac.

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Rafaelem

Cubanismo. It’s a long-term project with a documentary sense, since within this project I have a “subproject” twinning this beautiful country with my Andalusia land. The twinning of the Cuban people with the Andalusian people is something that, although not much has been said about it, has become latent for me, especially in the idiosyncrasies of people’s related lifestyles.”

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Tony Salvagio

Story Time. In a society that is becoming progressively isolated, with more people distracted by their devices, I find it important to capture images that show the wonder and tragedies people miss while looking down. I walk for miles up and down the streets of Downtown Los Angeles looking to collide with a “moment” that only lasts for a fraction of a second.

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Jaume Creus

Night Memories. Because of my work schedule, I only had time to take pictures at night. This is how this project started, unintentionally. Rather than a restriction, all this became an obsession and part of me and my photographic style. When the sun goes down, cities transform their character, making ordinary and familiar places look completely different.

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Tamas Olajos

No entroy. It’s an excerpt from the ongoing photography journey London Falling. The series not only showcases various closed doors around London, but also represents the current situation in the capital and across the UK. All photographs were shot between 2013 and 2019 by Tamas Olajos.

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