Ms Lando is the Strobist's Correspondent to Europe and
Interesting environmental portraits. Strobist correspondent Irwin Wong had an article on him.
He has a whole variety of approaches, ranging from gangs over bees to celebrity shots. I especially like his Brad Pitt series, my favourite is the one of Brad and Quentin in the cinema.
I am a bit reluctant to call it »political photography«, even in the best sense of the term, but it is definitely concerned photography on the highest aesthetic level. Really do check her out. She also had a
There's not much to see on his website, but there are several collections of his images elsewhere: at livejournal some of his famous
Funny and at times uncanny conceptual pictures. His »Storytelling« series (»Scream«, »Trouble in Paradise« and »Pursuit of
Wonderful portraits. Winner of Hasselblad Masters 2012 »Portrait«.
Her Fairytales are especially interesting.
Black and white portrait photography of man and beast. My favourite is his Family Constellation Project where he asks random and
Prihoda does mostly advertising and editorial shoots for fashion magazines in India. He also keeps a blog on
The grief-series just overwhelmed me.
»People photography is 1% inspiration and 99% moving furniture«
To some he is »the father of the environmental portrait«. There is a long interview on youtube where he talks
As full time nanny, part time street photographer, Maier over the years has gathered a portfolio that allows an intimate insight into USA street life and culture.
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National Geographics' man in Eastern Europe. Check out his Chernoyl project (exclusion zone and
Fascinating still lifes (something I don't usually get too excited about). Her portraits from pencil shavings leave
Photographer and retoucher with a clear inclination towards the latter. His highly impossible yet convincing personal work speaks volumes.
I am fascinated by his City Silhouettes series.
Sociologist and photographer with a focus on child labour.
Flying self portraits. A bit of a one trick pony, but still a nice one to watch.
Sacha focusses mostly on his grandmother and does the most amazingly themed shoots with her. To me he is an inspiration both in the conceptual department but also in his approach on age and the expectations that