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Italian Street Eyes

Italian Street Eyes. Italian Street Eyes is a collective of Italian photographers focused on the practice of street photography and with the desire to show the world with their documentary and artistic way.

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Birgitta Nilsson

Impressions. I aim to get close to the people I shoot. I like to see the emotions and varied expressions of people radiate. A documentary touch of the time we live in. My submission is today a never-ending project.

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Mihai Andrei

A visual incursion outside everyday life. The images from my photo submission are mostly taken in rural or decayed regions in my country, emphasizing with isolated people communities.

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Raimund Moser

A regal, ruling river there exists. Iquitos, Peru, is a fascinating and weired place. This series explores daily life of Iquitos people and has evolved under the guidance of Nikos Economopoulos.

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Hakan Biyiklioglu

Shadows and Silhouettes. Chasing the silhouettes and shadows, to reflect a moment where an ordinary spot turns into an aesthetic view. Beauty lives everywhere, but only in those few moments out of millions.

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Wong Wei-him

Hong Kong, on the Waterfront. Being a father of two sends me in search of new open spaces in a city I thought I knew so well. Out of all the places I have found, I keep coming back to the harbour waterfront.

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Robert Rutoed

Fair(y) Tales. An expedition through the grotesque realm of must-haves and mega-trends. It seems as if there is a constant factor amidst the diversity of our dreams: The longing for a heavenly life, the hope for a permanent feeling of happiness. Since time immemorial, this long-awaited, beautiful earthly paradise has been distant.

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Andrey Glazkov

Baku, Azerbaijan. For the last few years, I have been working on a project titled “Street photography spotlight on Baku, Azerbaijan”. This project started as a challenge.

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Tommaso Vaccarezza

The inevitability of the Sea. Old and forgotten, the Italian border town of Trieste (Italy) has in the waterfront, not so much a beach but a 4 km seafront promenade only a few bus stops away from the center of town, its largest characterization.

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Stefano Lista

Only After You Can Die. “Vedi Napoli e poi muori” (see Naples and only after you can die) is one of the oldest known Italian quotes. Naples is a city of a category on its own.

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