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Paul Paper
captures what he calls “the tiny tiny miracle in boring every day”. He sure knows how to transform boring into interesting!


Atmospheric, emotive and conceptual photos by this talented Lithuanian artist.  

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Known for her humanitarian photographs, Stephanie Sinclair has been awarded numerous times for her work on gender and human rights issues around the world.
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Shortly after college she started working for the Chicago Tribune which sent her to cover the start of the war in Iraq. She eventually moved to Iraq and then to Lebanon for 6 years as a freelancer.
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Photos from the VII Photo Agency
 
 
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A lomography enthusiast, Jean Christophe Sartoris and his Holga present the Metropolis photoseries. Breathtaking shots buildings and very interesting textures are captured in these awe striking urban visuals in black and white.

 
I particularly like the variety in perspective and the way the artist uses empty space.

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Born in Minneapolis, Laura Swanson is now based in Providence, Rhode Island. Her photo series “splices”, “canonical portraits”, “deformities”, “embarrassments”, “sitcoms & romcoms” and “anti-self portraits” are very interesting conceptual experiments which trigger the viewer’s eye by setting humanist questions.
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More particularly, the artist’s statement about the “Anti-Self-Portraits (2005-2008)”: Part biography, these images represent my discomfort with being looked at and wishing I could hide. Part fantasy, these images position the viewer as the perpetrator of an invasion of privacy. The psychological play between the viewer and myself is what I am most interested in - I am drawing attention to the fact that I am denying something from the viewer. Am I reproaching the viewer's gaze? Or am I simply acknowledging the moment of recognition? The idea of hiding to acknowledge the act of looking is fascinating to me. The concealment of my face is also important to the depersonalization of the exchange. By removing identity and having the shape of my body stand in for the idea of difference, there is more room for thoughts about how one looks at another. The exchange is not just about me and the viewer anymore - it has the opportunity to open up into a broader conversation about how difference is looked at”.
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Todd Klassy is a self taught photographer with an
immense talent in capturing truly beautiful images.


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Browsing through his online gallery, I felt like
discovering an amazing treasure of atmospheric,
almost poetic shots.
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The feeling of serenity and calmness is common when looking at Josef Hoflehner’s photos.
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His landscapes captured in black and white, seem to stand still in time, enchanting us with their perfect forms and shapes, creating a magical atmosphere!
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The photographer lives in Austria but has travelled all over the world to capture images of charming secluded spaces. The three photos presented here are from his Japan series.
 
 
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I’ve always loved horses. This is why I was simply awe struck when I bumped into Wojtek Kwiatkowski's photo gallery of these beautiful Arabian Horses.

The motion and intensity in these shots is unbelievable. Visual poetry!
 

DALE MAY

12/22/2009

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A multi-talented guy with a cutting edge talent in digital retouching and photo manipulation, Dale May creates visuals which make your jaw drop.

He is a N.Y. based photographer and specializes in advertising, music, editorial and conceptual imagery.
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Capturing moments in the city of New York provides inspiration to Sion Fullana, a professional photographer, journalist and filmmaker. 

He is also a known artist in the iPhoneography movement as he uses to cellphone and experiments with various photo applications to capture the reality of the city environment and its people.
 
 
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Sensual glam shots by Billy Kid who obviously has a good eye for aesthetics and beauty.

Check out more in his site.
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