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Luca de Marchi no interest in photography until September 2007, when he came across a show by David Lachapelle, and decided to buy a camera. Straight away he began to take street shots, transforming the most normal street scenes into dry, sardonic images.
Carlos Serrao hails from Miami Beach, USA, but has settled in New York. He had an early interest in the visual arts, making super-8 films until he discovered 35mm photography. He kept an active involvement through college and just kept on his pursuit of improvement.
Dan Mountford has an incredible series of portraits titled The Worlds Inside of Us. “a visual journey through our minds by calm and tidy means which the reality of everyday life does not show.” He explores the use of double exposure in his photographs, successfully isolating parts of an image in camera with no help from our friend Photoshop.
photography by Joanna Kustra Born in south-eastern Poland in February, 1984. Joanna Kustra specialises in beauty, fashion and advertising photography. Despite her young age, she has worked for some of the most renowned fashion companies in Poland.
Photography by Carmen Gonzalez are depictions of the artists subconscious, This is in sharp contrast with the pedestrian notion that photgraph are artifacts of reality, a record of the physical world. Gonzalez speaks in-depth about the motivation of the artist to leave their mark on the world through the objects that survive them. Considering this mindset, it is a safe bet that the legacy Gonzales leaves through her photographs is one of emotion, intuition, sentiment.
Funny Cows Photo Manipulations Andy Mahr in 2011 year withdrew shot calendar with cows, and Studio Smalldog Imageworks has made high-quality retouching.