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Anamorphic Illusion Installation Photography by Oktawian Otlewski

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Using only colored tape, Okawian Otlewski creates anamorphic installations in everyday environments. These distorted geometric shapes function as a two part Illusion. First the shape is installed and photographed in such a way that it appears to flatten or float within the space.

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Lifestyle Photography by Andy Wauman

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Gutterdust is the alias of the Artist Andy Wauman. It’s a creative outlet which covers his work in the field of analogue photography, films and sculptural works. Art takes many forms. Andy Wauman embraces them all and throws them back in your face leaving you unsure whether to chuckle or cringe.

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Photo Manipulations by Kingabrit

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Hungarian photo artist, who now lives in North America Kingabrit, often complains of constant attempts to steal her work. It is sad, but does not interfere with the creative process.

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“The Signs of Life” Project by Daniel Zakharov

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“It all began with two porcelain parakeets on the windowsill of the house next door. Every time I passed by I would look at them. Just couldn’t help gazing. I got even more intrigued when I noticed that there were days when the parakeets would be looking out of the window, and there were days when they’d be facing the room. What makes these two so special for their owner, thought I, they must mean a lot to her, otherwise why would she display them in her window for everyone to see? Who lives in that room, what story could she tell? I couldn’t figure out what the birds were trying to tell me, my imagination was drawing its own pictures, but one thing was clear to me: the birds belonged to an old lady. The game with the unknown thrilled me.

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The Death of Conversation: People Obsessed With Their Smartphones

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“Before mobile phones were invented people would have had no choice but to interact, however, that is no longer necessary as we can all now “pretend’ we are doing something “important” on our devices rather than think of something to say. This is killing conversation. I believe it’s increasing social pain.” – Babycakes Romero

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Macro Photography by Mehmet Karaca

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Twenty-seven-year-old amateur photographer from Turkey Mehmet Karaca may be considered a dark horse. We know almost nothing about him, except for age, name and place of residence.

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Fashion Photography by Astrid Sterner

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Spanish-German born artist Astrid Sterner started photography at an early age, documenting her surroundings and creating stories using her friends as main subjects. After being accepted into Central Saint Martins in 2007, she moved to London where she would study photography for the next years. There she experimented with a large range of lighting and imagery techniques.

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Photography by Edgar Zhukovsky

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Edgar Zhukovsky is a talented amateur photographer based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Edgar shoot a lot of urban and people photography.

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Realm by Carolyn Lefley

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Carolyn Lefley is a London based artist and lecturer in photography at the University of Hertfordshire. In her new work “Realm” Carolyn created digitally altered photographs, where the familiar place of the home becomes a portal into mythical realm.

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Portrait Photography by Adi Dekel

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Adi Dekel is a talented 18 years old amateur photographer based in Israel, who shoot amazing fine art and self portrait photography.

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Fashion Photography by Jonas Bresnan

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Jonas Bresnan grew upon the Beaches of Western Australia, the most remote distant city from any other major city in the world. At 31, he is still a classically trained photographer, beginning at 16 yrs in a large photo studio with three working photographers to obsorbe from.

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Lignes Vertes by Davy Alexandra

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Davy Alexandra is a French photographer who lives and works in Paris. Her visual approach is based on the ideas of identity and absence. Concepts that appear in the otherness of the places she photographs or creates. Her admiration for painters such as Edouard Hopper and Giorgio De Chirico pushes her toward a pure and minimalist aesthetism.

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Questions of Origin by Ashley Kauschinger

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Ashley Kauschinger is a narrative photographer that explores identity and family. She received her BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and her MFA from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas.

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Photography by McNair Evans

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McNair Evans grew up in a small farming town in North Carolina and found photography while studying cultural anthropology at Davidson College. He continued his education through one-on-one mentorships with highly acclaimed pioneers of new documentary practices, Mike Smith of Johnson City, TN and Magnum Photographer Alec Soth.

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Assimilation and Giants Among Men by Dillon Marsh

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Dillon Marsh created two series of unusual memorable pictures taken in South Africa. The series are original due to their backstory, and the images themselves.

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