Sven Marquardt might be known better as the head doorman of Berghain, one of the world's most notorious clubs and electronic music hub.
Marquardt's face tattoos and piercings make him more than just an intimidating figure of the Berlin nightclub. There is, however, another side of Marquardt apart from the infamous queue. For the last 30 years, he has been capturing the city's unique individuals and the social drama where he observes instead of partakes.
In an effort to provide a way of connecting with all the photographers out there, professional and amateurs, Image Salon a Montreal based studio, is organizing a virtual photography conference, where 100 percent of the donations will be distributed to Global Giving.
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"I wanted something raw, without artifice, something very human in the end..." – Morgan Roué, aka @carcinome in the Lomography Community, is an analogue photographer and an Anaesthesiologist-Intensive Care Physician. He documented his workplace in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover his photos and our interview in this article.
There's no rational explanation as to why any photographer has a favorite camera sometimes, especially when this camera is heavy and not the most practical for street photography. But for large format photographer Justin Borucki, his love for tintypes will make him forget all about the weight and size of the camera, tripod, and portable darkroom he carries all around!
Maxi Magnano is an Argentinean photographer well known for the particular worlds he creates within light and space. His sense of sensitivity is strong and noticeable not only in his work as a photographer but also through all this interview.
With its heavy structure and fragile ground glass, large format photography can be an intimidating medium. But for photographer and biologist Joanna Reniewicz, large-format made her persevere and work with the camera to achieve an image she's proud of.
Black and white has always been part of documentary photographer Dannah Gottlieb's photographical lexicon, but never with an ISO as low as the new Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film. She gave the new film a spin in Brooklyn's urban DUMBO neighborhood, playing around with the city's lines and lights.
A simple glimpse at his pictures and you can directly recognize Robert Saint Rich's signature style. With some Berlin Kino ISO 400, he shot his latest project "From the Room Where the Bed is Made but the Heart is Broken". We talked to him about his passion for photography, film and his latest work.
Simon Gerlinger is a photography student at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund. Here he tells us about analogue photography, how it can be used to look behind the scenes. He also talks about his latest project "See you soon, or Sometime".
With only a couple of years of photography behind him, Lance Langel's already playing in the professional's court. His passion for people's reflected in the connection he holds with his models and how close to them he gets, with the portraits he snapped with the Petzval 80.5 MKII.
Photographer and visual artist Robert Saint Rich from New Jersey purposefully alters his film negatives in order to achieve the final image. He believes that the journey and experience of creating a single piece are more important than the finished photograph. Read about the process, his insight, and more in this article.