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Kyle Souder

Is this real? It’s a long term project comprised of daily observations made primarily in the city of Portland, Oregon and the surrounding suburbs to the east and south.

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Sonia Goydenko

Fragments of Consciousness. My series ‘Fragments of Consciousness’ specifically focuses on moments of loneliness and restlessness that an urban dweller often experiences. After living alone in New York City for some years I noticed how prominent loneliness was among the people around me.

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Carlos P Beltran

I Am Made of Scraps. Living and photographing in the same place gave me the opportunity to observe the changes of a city ravaged by neglect. Caracas birthed me in 1986, but I left it as a teenager, without getting to know her—or those who lived within.

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Makis Makris

The Essence of Moments . Elements (fragments) that compose the daily life, which are located either in the most familiar places or outside of them, as a part of the complexity of the human activities, are the raw materials with whose the photographer becomes a creator of a new world, a new transformed reality.

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Didi S. Gilson

Quirk. A beachcomber for Quirk, I delight in the wide-eyed Australian inclination for constructing ‘Big Things’ and celebrating kitschy cool. Yet it’s often seemingly small nuances, universal gestures and offbeat details that attract me as an image-maker.

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Lennin Ruiz

8 Days view of Havana. 8 Days View of Havana is a job done during 8 days of photographing Havana city, I went to do a totally different job of 10 minutes and I stayed for 8 days with my camera from morning to nighttime.

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Vipin Singh

A collection of color street photographs. These are collection of color street photographs taken by me mostly in Delhi and in some popular festivals of India.

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Little Box Collective

Little Box Collective. “The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant of give-and-take, just long enough for you to level the camera and to trap the fleeting prey in your little box. – Henri Cartier-Bresson”.

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Jose Luis Barcia

S/t I have never been a religious person, I do not possess the precious gift of faith. I have always questioned the existence of a superior being and the peculiar way that we have to interpret the supposed word of God, almost always to the detriment of the weakest.

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Belinda Corney

The city I live in. Light and shadow driven. This is how I describe my photography. I prefer to stay at a distance, photographing my subject in their immediate environment.

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Seda Toksöz

The Art on the Streets. I think that photography is the branch of Art. When I get out to take a photo, I use my imagination and reinforce it with light and shadow.

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Francesco Lopazio

Hacking Daily Life. The work originates from my computer studies; more precisely from the term “hacking” which can refer more generically to those situations in which it is necessary to use creativity and imagination.

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