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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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Andrzej Pilichowski-Ragno

City Landscapes. City Landscapes is my ongoing project- the pictures were taken from 90′ of the past century till today in different cities in Europe. My idea is to build an imaginary picture of a modern city — not a specific one — but, using the title of a famous book written by Italo Calvino — an “Invisible City”.

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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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Emmanuel Monzon

URBANSPRAWL, Emptiness. Through my urban sprawl series, I want to photograph the in-between state found in the American landscape. So I capture places of transition, borders, passages from one world to another: am I leaving a city or entering a new environment?

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Joseph Allen-Keys

Brummagem Substitute. This is a series of images taken in my home city of Birmingham – a place considered dreary and depressing having lost its economic, industrial power.

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Nikolay Dutkin

Republic 21. This project is my research of the territories of my native republic (Chuvashia), one of the regions of the Russian Federation. The pages will contain photos of residents in one of the many moments of their lives.

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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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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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Francesco Bonardi

Four roads. I took these picture during the last two years playing with lights and shadows and bright primary colors. Sometimes it’s carefully considered, sometimes it’s so fast: i see i click!

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