Photo Projects

Katerina Kouzmitcheva: Dreamy world

Katerina Kouzmitcheva: Dreamy world

Dreamy world is a project of Katerina Kouzmitcheva, a Belarusian photographer from Minsk. Dream has always been constant source of inspiration for her. She is fascinated by its nature. How all the images – real, remembered and invented – come together into one piece? Illusory way of reshaping life captures her and she is often looking for that state of…
Fan Wu: My Land

Fan Wu: My Land

I love this land because it’s where I live. I often walking in the time tunnel, I look for news about this land inside my heart. Person and things here, as well as everything is filled with the familiar smell. So I haven’t any grand willingness to let the valuable of what I photographed more precious. I just want to…
Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

Bart Krezolek: Child Inside

‘Child Inside’ is a photographic exploration of the reality perceived by the child. The world on the borderline of realism and fantasy, truth and fiction. The little man is discovering the world, experiencing admiration, horror and surprise. Photographs are taking us onto a journey of an early childhood. They wake up dreams of the inner child, the child inside us,…
Steve Geer: Discarded

Steve Geer: Discarded

In Chicago, behind the shops and restaurants, there are service alleys. These narrow canyons are lined with dumpsters which are filled each day and emptied each night. Sometimes discarded things spill out of the dumpsters and into the alley. There are plastic knives and forks and cups and cigarette lighters. There are disposable gloves in vast quantities, and packaging of…
Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Grzegorz Sikorski: Let there be light!

Photography has always been Grzegorz Sikorski passion which over the years has turned into his profession and another source of income. As he admits, photographing people gives him a unique satisfaction of capturing facial expressions, gestures and feelings of models, not always professional, on a digital matrix. As a result, he specializes in portrait, beauty and fashion photography. In his…
Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

Svetlana Tarasova: Italy. Immersion

She is traveling to Italy – a beautiful country where new impressions, meetings and acquaintances are awaiting her. “It smells like sunshine here” is printed on her ticket. That’s exactly what she needs; there are too few sunny days in Russia in the end of October. Her first impressions of Italy are bright shop windows, busiest streets, stylish Italian women,…
Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

Olivier Robert: Huang Shan

This series of photographs is part of a long-lasting project dedicated to the Yellow Mountain in China. The classical Chinese landscape painting has been an important source of inspiration in my photography for more than 20 years and has drastically affected the way I consider a landscape as a subject. My work consist in pushing the boundaries of photography to…
Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Florin Firimita: She Said / He Said

Dear Florin, You told me that you once thought that if you were to point your camera lens at a human being, you would somehow cause their disappearance. This thought makes me laugh because, I, being one of the subjects you often point your lens at, have at times only felt life through your lens. Although I never wish you…
Javiera Estrada: SALT + SEA

Javiera Estrada: SALT + SEA

SALT + SEAis a homologous study between the feminine form and the complex ecology of the ocean and it’s surrounding environment. Our planetary bodies of water are known to be affected by the lunar cycles. The changing moon is particularly associated with women because its regular twenty-eight day cycle so closely matches the cycle of menstruation, intertwining blood and water.…
Levi Mendes: Swedish Mountains

Levi Mendes: Swedish Mountains

Getting lost along your path is a part of finding the path you are meant to be on. SWEDISH MOUNTAINS is the name of my new series which I invite you to take a look and travel with me through the unique landscapes that northern Sweden has to offer. I walked with backpack and my tent during one week through…
Ron Kusina: Wonders of the Vermillion Cliffs

Ron Kusina: Wonders of the Vermillion Cliffs

These images were made while exploring the North Coyote Buttes region of the Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness, located along the Southern Utah/Northern Arizona border in the U.S. Images of “The Wave” and the “White Pocket” are included. This area is now accessible only by permit, and I feel exceptionally fortunate to have been successful in being selected to visit the area.…
Jeniffer Andrea Tobón Bedoya: The life knots

Jeniffer Andrea Tobón Bedoya: The life knots

These photographs were taken during a process of change, where I experienced a depression, due to this; I managed to show through the photographs the changes, tests and knots I had to release. I realized, the challenges that we all have to live day by day and how we can overcome them. Followed by this, I sought to show in…
Jason McGroarty: Totem

Jason McGroarty: Totem

Through Totem I wanted to capture the heart-stopping moment when the wild breaches the barriers of the city and reminds us that the line between humans and wildlife is not as clear-cut as we would like to believe in, and that in the animal kingdom, the only thing we can count on is unpredictability, that the unexpected should be expected.…
Phil Penman: “Street” on Kickstarter

Phil Penman: “Street” on Kickstarter

Leica photographer Phil Penman understands New York City as a “kind of living thing in itself.” For over two decades, he has kept his fingers on the pulse of the city as a portraitist of local personalities, fine art photographer documenting the cityscape, and a paparazzo, chasing the celebrity buzz. From the mundane to the sublime, the grime and glamour,…
Nofar Horovitz: Ties of perception

Nofar Horovitz: Ties of perception

I decided to express in this project my view of humans and their desires, the glass walls that we erect in our way when we are prevented from achieving our dreams and ambitions. Compromising on the mediocre, the norm, the ordinary instead of setting ourselves goals that we perceive as daydreams, with only a rare chance of fulfillment. Relinquishing before…
George Digalakis: Silent Waters

George Digalakis: Silent Waters

Minimalism, both as a philosophy of art and life, has deeply influenced my work. I draw inspiration from various objects, like the sea and the sky and from my emotional response to them. It is in the simple feelings that they evoke to me—vastness, quietness, tranquility, symmetry, and balance—that I find beauty. The water, an element I am deeply drawn…
Patrick Desgraupes: Voodoo Spirit

Patrick Desgraupes: Voodoo Spirit

It was in Togo and Benin that Voodoo was born, but from the 17th century, black people enslaved spread Voodoo in America and in the Caribbean. For historians, the immense suffering of slaves deported to America is undoubtedly at the origin of the transformation of Voodoo on the American continent, towards practices more related to witchcraft or Satanism. In the…
Vahid Babaei: The wind will carry us

Vahid Babaei: The wind will carry us

Wind is fertilizer. Wind is offspring of many legends and historical stories. Wind sometimes covers, sometimes naked. Involving human feelings with natural phenomena is full of enjoy for me. Concealing human feelings behind a mask and compelling contact thought, and think about who are they? How they living? and what do they think about? ‘The wind will carry us’ was…
Oscar Alcantara: Conceptual Photocompositions

Oscar Alcantara: Conceptual Photocompositions

Photocompositions based on author’s photos, each one taking care of the quality, the composition and especially the speech, addressing topics of human and daily interest, as well as magical and full of contrast. Website: http://www.oscaralcantara.com.mx/ ‘Conceptual Photocompositions’ was the Black & White Series of the Year Honourable Mention Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018. ‘Conceptual Photocompositions’ was the Black…
John Eaton: A Game of Buzkashi

John Eaton: A Game of Buzkashi

Buzkashi is a favorite game of the Tajik people living on the high, dry Pamir plateau, between the Pamir and Karakoram mountains in the Himalayas. It is played on horseback on a vast, ill-defined plain, “the pitch”, to celebrate an important village event — in this case a wedding. The objective is for one of the riders, “the players”, to…