Tag "photography"

Glimpse: Andre Joaquim

A glimpse of Brazilian photographer Andre Joaquim’s beautiful underwater imagery.

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Glimpse: Luisa Dörr and Navin Kala

We see selfies everyday, but rarely do we see the people in the midst of taking those selfies. Luisa Dörr and Navin Kala show us precisely that — and in doing so, warm our hearts.

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Full speed

Moscow-born-New York-based photographer and international model Ira Chernova talks with SCOPE about being on both sides of the camera, her attraction to fairy tales, and the importance of shooting in the moment. (Photo: Alina Valitova)

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A curious sense of dislocation

Karen Knorr has long used photography to explore the nature and implications of representation, and she has portrayed subjects and their contexts — from the members of London’s gentlemen’s clubs during the Falklands War to the animals and Mughal heritage sites of India — with this in mind, producing images that beguile and then unsettle.

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Our cameras, our minds

It seems axiomatic that photography is a sighted person’s art form. But Gina Badenoch, who facilitates photography workshops with blind people and marginalized communities, argues that it’s also a language that can connect us to each other, and help us to see.

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Glimpse: Hajdu Tamás

Romanian photographer Hajdu Tamás achieves a delightful balance of colour and composition in his quiet — yet often quirkily-funny — urban scenes

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Bankrupt, but there’s a Whole Foods

That the opening of a single grocery store in a single city should be national news might seem hard to explain. Then again, the city is Detroit and the store is Whole Foods, and the full story involves post-industrial decline, growing food insecurity, and a population that refuses to become invisible, or to give up.

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I hear the voice of their wings

A brief look at the intersection of painting, photography, and poetry, as seen though the work of Leo Wang.

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Snapshots of the splashy stuff

Guest post by Kristen Marano It’s destructive and it’s peaceful. From turbulent flooding to still emerald lakes, water has a powerful effect on our well-being and on the stunning landscapes around us, yet in our fast-paced society, people can easily

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Over-paid consultant makes good

An Australian professional photographer based in Accra, Ghana, Nyani Quarmyne has worked for clients like the African Women’s Development Fund, AngloGold Ashanti, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation — according to his Facebook page, he is a former “guitarist,

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Hari Menon’s miracles

Profiled in India’s Smart Photography magazine, Hari Menon is a self-taught and highly versatile freelance photographer from North Paravur in the south-western state of Kerala. Menon’s photographs are products of his eye for commercially-friendly and eminently viewable dramas of colour

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