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Richard Koci Hernandez: “Once the image is in the public stream-of-consciousness it belongs to the person viewing it and really leaves my grasp and its intentions”

I believe that once the image is in the public stream-of-consciousness it belongs to the person viewing it and really leaves my grasp and its intentions. What you see and described is your perspective on my work which may or may not be truthful intentions that I carry with me as I snapped the image. I’m not a big fan of the idea that it reveals something about the photographer, because sometimes a photograph is just a photograph and nothing more to the creator, but can have an enormous impact on the viewer

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Mena Sambiasi: “In my way of seeing, a photo depicts moments in time and a lot of wondering”

Mena Sambiasi: “In my way of seeing, a photo depicts moments in time and a lot of wondering”

I love taking photos; it’s therapeutic to me. I’m a photographer who loves taking photos in the cities.

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Albert Venturero: “Nothing in photography is correct, but it is real”

Albert Venturero: “Nothing in photography is correct, but it is real”

“At the same moment right and left hand initially are getting far from each other, but if you look carefully they are meeting on the main theme” so much in my musical compositions as well as in my photos.

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Mari Cruz: “Photography for me is a medium of expression, not just a hobby”

Andy Cox “That’s when I’m happiest in the world – when things come together that make no sense at all”

Hello mr.Andy Cox and thank you for accepting to give this interview. Screenwritter, snapper, idiot, savant. These four words are on your description in your account. I see them in two pairs that set the stage of your antithetical portfolio. How do you define contrast into photography? Thanks very much, […]

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Sophie Zografidou: “Every single picture of Greece that you see in my gallery has a piece of my heart in it”

I had the pleasure of following you since my early days on Instagram and I was and still am amazed by all the little stories that your photos carry. For example, this is a stereotypical grandmother that poses as shy as a girl, how did you manage this shot? Firstly, […]

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Adrienne Lojeck: “I think that RESTRICTION can bring great CREATIVITY, impose a limit on your work, and you force yourself to work ‘outside the box'”

Adrienne Lojeck: “I think that RESTRICTION can bring great CREATIVITY, impose a limit on your work, and you force yourself to work ‘outside the box'”

Self-portrait photography: I think that to enjoy this “power” of photography, one has to be a certain type a person, have a certain type of personality: it’s almost this unique blend of vanity mixed with self-criticism, or self-deprecation. I would describe it as being “an ego-maniac with low self-esteem” to borrow a phrase I once heard. You have to be brave and a little twisted to enjoy this process, I think. Your issues, fears, quirks and conceits are all revealed by the camera. There is no hiding anything when you are both behind and in-front of your own lens.

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Sopho Sikharulidze: “I am interested in what is not immediately visible. I wait for ‘the decisive moment'”

Sopho Sikharulidze is a talented young photographer from Georgia whose look on the things around her is fresh and the human element in the photo is indispensable. In the interview that follows, she explains why. You are a mystery. No bio, no info, nothing to indicate something more personal than […]

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Sarah-Jane Field: “It’s important for a photographer to practice every day, just like a musician or a dancer”

Sarah-Jane Field: “It’s important for a photographer to practice every day, just like a musician or a dancer”

The photos I take tend to reference specific projects rather than being random images, so all the other activity is integral. My shooting opportunities are also reliant on other people and forces outside of my direct control.

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Leila Lonnroth: “I like to play, and for me photography is all about playfulness”

My biggest challenge when I decided to ask you for this interview was to select one picture. This happened for two reasons. First because Ι am a big fan of yours 🙂 and secondly because you work with tightly knit trilogies. This connection of images is so strong that I tend to […]

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