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Here's our interview with talented young photographer Mafalda Silva. Read on to find out what she has to say about her style, professional work, and why keeping your subjects feel at ease on every shoot is a great thing.
If the first of January wasn't motivating enough, t's not too late to renew your 2017. The Lunar New Year, one of the most anticipated and celebrated events in the East, brings more promising resolutions and practices for a prosperous beginning.
Are you wondering what the best photograph on a specific day of 2016 was? Tune in on this special recap where we'll track the daily image that captured the community's attention last year. September challenged the way we see and document the world.
For community newcomer tomka13, Lomography serves as a ticket to "a poetic, sentimental, surreal rendering to ordinary life," which is in tuned with his desire to record fleeting moments of freedom from the daily grind. In this interview, the young teacher from France shares more about his passion for experimentation and a selection of his favorite photographs.
Photographer CJ Clarke had no idea what would conspire years later when he began a simple street-documentary series recording the daily lives of people from Basildon. In ten years, he would find out for himself the growing discontent of the national government, right before Brexit took place.
All right, film may not be the most used in all photographic purposes, but the growing numbers of users in the realm of art photography should not be dismissed. Here's what you can expect when the analogue grind becomes a usual among art photographers again.