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Cheyenne Ellis

Cheyenne Ellis

Eva has a background in painting, textiles, fashion design and photography; the latter having taken over her main artistic expression with the influence of painting and other forms of art remaining visible in her work. Having grown up in Europe, she brings a uniquely European sensibility to her portrayal of Australian Life. A resident of Sydney for over a decade now, this ...

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Andrew Oghenerukewe Esiebo

Andrew Oghenerukewe Esiebo

Andrew Oghenerukewe Esiebo born in 1978 in Lagos, Nigeria. I am a Nigerian photographer who has been covering assignments and personal projects in Nigeria and West Africa. My passion is reportages and documentary on urban portraits, social, human and cultural issues. I am a freelance photographer for several and local organization including Laia Libros, Spain, European Press Agency, West Africa, and Time Out, ...

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Glen Green

Glen Green

While studying to be a commercial photographer, I was first introduced to the medium of black and white. While the others moved on to more colourful things, I seemed to stay behind trapped in the simplicity of the monochrome image. I duly discovered the works of figures like Salgado and Koudelka, and knew even then what I wanted to do. Such ...

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Philippe Bordas

Philippe Bordas

Philippe Bordas Ne en 1961, vit et travaille a Paris. Pensionnaire de la Villa Medicis en 1996, realisateur du film Grand Combat selectionne au festival de Venise 1996, Philippe Bordas a expose ses images dans le monde entier. Son oeuvre photographique rejoint son oeuvre litteraire, entamee en 2008 avec la publication du tres remarque Forcenes. L’invention de l’ecriture est un recit de ...

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Patrick Farrell*

Patrick Farrell*

Patrick Farrell, 49, has been a staff photographer for The Miami Herald since 1987. His assignments have taken him to Turkey, Haiti, Cuba and throughout Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean. He was part of the Miami Herald staff that won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for the coverage of Hurricane Andrew’s devastation in South Florida. He ...

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Klaus Tiedge

Klaus Tiedge

German-born Klaus Tiedge has been a prominent figure in the field of commercial photography for more than 20 years, having worked in numerous countries including India, Japan, Brazil and the USA. In 2001 Klaus moved to South Africa and settled down in Cape Town taking full advantage of the a thriving fashion industry and optimal conditions that the region is ...

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Chris Fallows

Chris Fallows

For nearly twenty years, South African Chris Fallows has been photographing marine wildlife. He is best known for his pioneering images of the famous flying great white sharks of Seal Island, False Bay. Chris and his wife Monique are wildlife naturalists and when they are not on the water they spend the rest of their time photographing and traveling to ...

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Serhat Demiroglu

Serhat Demiroglu

Beautiful animal photography by Serhat Demiroglu, professional photographer from Turkey. Kenya .... animals....  

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Michael Poliza – best

Michael Poliza – best

STARSHIP docked in Hamburg, Germany, at 1830 European Daylight Time, completing a 1009 day,  75 000 nautical mile voyage around the world. The STARSHIP Millennium Voyage documented the state of our planet at the end of this Millennium and shared its discoveries with millions of people around the globe via satellite and the World Wide Web. With photographers and filmmakers onboard, ...

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Ami Vitale – Burkina-Faso

Ami Vitale – Burkina-Faso

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