Amado Ergana

Black. Black is my favorite color. I believe it is the best color to represent us as a human because just like the color we are mysterious. Yes, it is true, we all have different personality but we all have that part most people do not know about.

Jeff Karp

Stranger in the Light. This is my primary photography project since the spring of 2017. Stranger in the Light explores candid interactions of people and silhouettes with interesting public spaces filled with intense light and dark shadows.

Libby Holmsen

Everyday Moments. A series of candid images that celebrate the charm in everyday moments. Moments that often go unnoticed. A mother shadowing her child. An empty thought bubble. A new father walking the line. A lawn thief. A play on shadows. A floating lady.

Evgeniya Gor

Among the worlds. I have always been interested in the relationship between humans and animals, then it became the main theme of my project. Now my model can be any person, animal. Of course depending on the situation and the moment.

Parker Reinecker

Running from the Sun. There is a place that seems so far from here. A place where the sand, the dirt, the rock and the sky live in harmony. Where the sun beats down on the man formed brick and the asphalt of the journey to the West.

Andrea Shkreli

Bonjour Ostend. Andrea Shkreli studies the pulse of a Belgian seaside town, with emphasis on summer conditions, whereby people are usually revitalized, and reveal themselves, and tourism intermingles with slothful everydayness.

Debrani Das

Stolen Moments. Moments are vital in photography so as timing. As a Photographer, we need reflex action which comes through practice. We observe various moments everyday everywhere within our vicinity.

Hara Sklika

Days at the Channel. “Days at the Channel” series where taken during a time period of regular visits to various locations around the English Channel, in an attempt to observe and capture the coexistence of people and the urban landscape.

Neenad Arul

Dog Story. I must personally admit initially when I started out exploring my passion for street photography I was very shy as a person and I always thought itís not polite to photograph unknown people.

Aniruddha Guha Sarkar

My Times, My People. Every age and place have their distinct social, historical and existential characters. Having lived with the trends of street photography over the last few years, I feel a growing feeling inside that the moments that I express, must be rooted in and express the time and place that I live in.