Sites of Impact by Stan Gaz

Stan Gaz

Informed by major events in his own life, Stan Gaz‘s Ensnared series explores themes of loss, memory, transition, and transformation. Throughout these images ensnarement is allegorized by the actions and effects of the archetypes of hunter and hunted.

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Photography by David Thomsson

David Thomsson

Using the subways and historic streets of Stuvsta, Sweden, as his personal playground, David Thomsson captures a certain electricity running through this neighboring city of Stockholm.

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Photography by Kalle Singer

Kalle Singer

Kalle Singer is a talented freelance photographer based in Munich, Germany. He shoot a lot of conceptual, advertising and lifestyle photography.

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Konrad Wimmel is in Town by Jan von Holleben

Jan von Holleben

Born in 1977 and brought up in the southern German countryside, Jan von Holleben lived most of his youth in an alternative commune and identifies a strong connection between the development of his photographic work and the influence of his parents, a cinematographer and child therapist.

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Fantastic Earthscape Views From Above

This series of pictures shot by satellite, show the man-made world as astronauts see it. Artist Benjamin Grant uses Google Earth to find the most compelling satellite images of human civilization. The stunning pictures of sprawling metropolises and vast reservoirs are sometimes unidentifiable until zoomed in. In order to find an extraordinary picture in the practically endless supply of satellite data, Benjamin focuses on the themes of current events or environmental issues. Here: Mount Whale Back Iron Ore Mine, Pilbara, Austrailia. (Photo by Benjamin Grant/Digital Globe/Caters News)

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“Excelsior – One Of The Last True Neighborhoods of San Francsico” by Van Styles


San Francisco has been a city I have had the pleasure of seeing more and more over the past year or so. Thanks to my good friend Travis Jensen, I have had one of its best street photographers showing me around. Not just simply putting me on to great photographic spots, but also schooling me on the history of the city. He explained that this is one of the last true S.F. neighborhoods left. What I found was an old school neighborhood vibe. The older cats keeping an eye out on the youth while trying to guide them in a more positive direction than the one they might have went down. A tight knit community who looks out for their own, which is something a lot of places are missing these days. – Van Sytles

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The Unseen by Lara Zankoul

Lara Zankoul

Born in Lebanon in 1987, Lara Zankoul graduated from the American University of Beirut with a Masters in Economics. Zankoul was born photographically in 2008. Driven by passion, she taught herself photography and started an enriching journey in the artistic field.

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Artificial Lights in the Dark by Kevin Yang


It is great to have a unique background in a photo-shoot setting and in this case the background is the dark of the night. The lights in these photographs are of signs from car parks, grocery shops, food shops, shops that are open during the night. It is as capturing lights on the foreground. These lights have a different sense, they are isolated in the dark instead of being within a city. It is as if they are talking. The result is impressive.

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Landscape Photography by Rune Werner Molnes

Rune Werner Molnes

Rune Werner Molnes was born in 1978 in the town of Bergen, Norway. This is also where he has had his photographic base the last couple of years. However, his inspirational muse was found through the encounter with the rugged coastal landscapes of his home Island of Vigra, outside the town of Aalesund.

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After Lights Out by Julien Mauve

Julien Mauve

Julien Mauve is a talented photographer based in Paris, France. He shoot a lot of narrative, fine art and commercial photography. Julien also a Sony ambassador.

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Photography by Radu Zaciu

Radu Zaciu

Radu Zaciu is a talented self taught photographer from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He started photography in 1975, when he was 12 and started with a fully manual russian camera Smena 8M. Radu shoot a lot of nature, landscape and travel photography.

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Tilt Shift Photography by Harold de Puymorin

The Crowd

Originally from Toulouse France and now living in Hong Kong, Harold de Puymorin has always been deeply attracted by colours, shapes, and rich visuals that Asia has to offer the lens of his camera.

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Shanghai at Night by Nicolas Jandrain

Nicolas Jandrain

Nicolas Jandrain is a talented photographer, creative and motion director with over 12 years of experience in design, branding, advertising, and digital communication. Nicolas currently based in Los Angeles, CA, USA.

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Black and White Photography by David Simonton

David Simonton

David Simonton moved to North Carolina in 1989 and proceeded to make it his subject: he has now photographed in more than 365 cities, towns, and small rural communities across the state. His photographs have been included in group and solo exhibitions in North Carolina and in juried exhibitions nationwide. Simonton has won numerous awards.

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Slitherstition by Andrew McGibbon

Andrew McGibbon

Andrew McGibbon is a professional photographer, who was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1981 and currently based in London, UK. He shoot a lot of commercial, portrait and fine art photography.

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