Austin Tott is a product and conceptual photographer born and raised in Seattle, Washington. Austin’s conceptual work consists of fusing surreal concepts and compositions with raw emotions. Striving at times to even make dark emotions and painful or new experiences a beautiful thing. His work with product photography showcases his excellent eye for lighting and styling.Читать далее →
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Thank you, Vanity Fair, for giving recognition to some of our favorite modern day comedians in your April 2009 issue. From Seth Rogen's Frida Kahlo to Russell Brand's Charlie Chaplin, your all star celebrity photographers captured a new generation of comedy legends...ones we hope to see a lot more of.Читать далее →
Haley Friesen is currently at Ryerson University working towards obtaining a 4 year bachelors degree in Image Arts –Photography. She has years of experience in editorial, fine art, documentary and portrait photography but lately has been interested in collaboration with other fine artists to create multimedia bodies of work. Some of the materials she’s been working with lately are paint, ...Читать далее →
Be a Woman is a series of photographs where simple movements like combing one's hair or reading a book are transformed into beautifully dramatic gestures. Created by photographer Hanna Seweryn, each image features a bright glowing light that illuminates the shadow of an elegant female form behind the backlit screen. The monochromatic tones give the sensation of an antique photo—a moment ...Читать далее →
Another great project by Julia Fullerton-Batten. In this project she has posed street cast young women in Hanbok, the traditional Korean clothing, against a backdrop of their austere capital, Seoul. By illustrating their cultural traditions, such as tea ceremonies, gift giving and badminton, against the modern landscape, a tension between old and new is clearly illuminated. Though depicted within these ...Читать далее →
Tokyo-born, London-based photographer Chino Otsuka takes the past and present photo project to a new level of expert photo manipulation with her series titled Imagine Finding Me. Rather than simply recreating old photographs as an adult, she inserts her present-day self into photos from her childhood. The result is an incredibly believable image that features photos of Otsuka as a ...Читать далее →