01.12.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Caiti Borruso

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A selection of photos from “Whale Creek is Flooding” a series by photographer Caiti Borruso, found via our November Reader Submissions. More images below.

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28.11.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Ákos Major

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Gorgeous skylines and cityscapes by Hungarian photographer Ákos Major. More images from his series “Urbanesque” below!

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26.11.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Brittany Nelson

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Creating photographs without a subject or a camera may sound ridiculous but the resulting large-scale images by photographer Brittany Nelson speak for themselves. “Alternative Process” is the result of various experimentations with historical photographic processes like Tintype, Daguerrotype, Mordancage, and Halochrome. More images below. Also, video of Nelson talking about the chemistry processes behind her work!

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20.11.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Camila Falquez

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Gorgeous photos by Camila Falquez, a photographer and filmmaker originally from Barcelona, now based in New York. More images below.

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18.11.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Paul Phung

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A selection of photos by London-based photographer Paul Phung. More images below.

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13.11.15 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Julien Mauve

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A selection of images from another thoughtful series by Paris-based author photographer, Julien Mauve (previously featured here). “Headland Of Dreams” explores the idea of waking dreams and different nocturnal states. More images below.

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12.11.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Weronika Izdebska

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A selection of photos by Lodz, Poland-based photographer Weronika Izdebska. More images below.

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12.11.15 by Staff

Bird’s-Eye View of Chai Wan Fire Station by Photographer Chan Dick

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Hong Kong-based photographer Chan Dick stumbled upon the perfect vantage point: the ventilation window in the washroom at his workshop. From there he began following the roof-top activities and routines of the Chai Wan Fire Station. The resulting images are subtle and strangely satisfying. See more below.

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