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Makoto Sasaki - Japanese photographer. Born in 1971 Yubari-shi, Hokkaido, Japan. In 1994 Graduated Osaka University of Foreign Studies (majored in Arabic language). Awards 2011 Young Artists Japan Vol.4, The Jury's Special Award, Kentaro Totsuka Award 2011 Getty Images Japan "Click! Real Japan" 3rd place 2009Читать далее →
Photographer Shinichi Higashi sees the electric city of Tokyo, Japan with an unusual perspective. Higashi captured the stunning pictures of speedy cityscape of Tokyo by combining symmetrical and long exposure techniques. hile his colorful light trails seem incredibly futuristic set against Japan's modern architecture, it's the masterful merging of two identical images that makes this series so compelling. Graffiti of Speed ...Читать далее →
Matthew Allred's interest in photography began with a simple science project: building a pinhole camera out of an oatmeal container. “Since then I was hooked. Seeing an image form in the developer after just pulling it straight out of an oatmeal box is unreal. I haven't ever gotten tired of it.” He received a BFA from Boise State University in 2006 ...Читать далее →
Jos Kuklewski was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, from a Dutch mother and Polish father. When he was 10 the family returned to the Netherlands. He started taking pictures with an analogue camera his brother had given him when he was 16. His brother wouldn't be using it anyway. Since that time photography has increasingly engrossed him. Especially when the ...Читать далее →
My name is Sebastian Opitz, originally from Hamburg, Germany. Since early 2008 I am based in Dubai and have worked on a number of architectural photography assignments throughout the region. I am available for commissioned work on exterior and interior architecture projects, as well as any kind of timelapse photography.Читать далее →