© Sasha Rudensky

Sasha Rudensky: Photographing Post-Soviet Culture

Sasha Rudensky finds enlightening subjects in former Soviet region.
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Photo © Lucia Herrero

Lucia Herrero: Photographer You Should Know

Barcelona, Spain-based photographer Lucia Herrero is a master at composing portraits of strangers in their found environments and adding strobe lighting to produce vivid images that examine human relationships—with a fantastic twist.


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Photo © Roberto Valenzuela

Roberto Valenzuela's Medium Format Photography

In searching for new inspiration, wedding photography Robert Valenzuela found it in the form of a medium-format digital camera.
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Martin Waugh

Making a Splash

Drips, drops, droplets and ripples are all part of this photographer’s day. The divine art of the splash has been one of Portland resident Martin Waugh’s favorite pastimes since 2002. He claims he’s obsessed with creating high-speed photographs of drops and splashes, and is constantly exploring and inventing new techniques to wow viewers.
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Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Portraits of Our Planet

When, in 1941, the ill-fated fighter pilot/poet John Gillespie Magee wrote, High Flight, his familiar ode to the joys of flight  (“Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth, And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings…”), he was clearly on a different page than another celebrated airborne artist who would follow some 50 years later.
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Huntington Witherill

Learning from the Best

Most of Huntington Witherill’s formal photographic education came through participation in workshops. In looking at his inventive fine art work, it’s clear that Witherill has drawn on a plethora of influences and valuable insights from established, well known and respected practitioners of the art.
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William Castellana

Light and Shadows

Black-and-white photography asks the viewer to interpret a world in simple shades of gray. Contrasting light brings objects to life and beckons the eye to interpret the ordinary in unique and interesting ways.
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Mitch Dobrowner

Strictly Black & White

Mitch Dobrowner had his, as he describes it, Woody Allen moment at Photo LA. In Allen’s movie Annie Hall, upon hearing a pseudo-intellectual discuss filmmakers, Allen breaks the fourth wall and talks to the audience directly. While Dobrowner’s work was being displayed at Photo LA, he overheard a couple discussing one of his photographs and describing the Photoshop work involved in the final composite.
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Michael E. Gordon

Meditative Distillations

Michael E. Gordon’s fine art cannot be fully appreciated on a computer monitor. It must be enjoyed, examined and scrutinized as a print.
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American Color

By the age of 18, with his first Leica camera, Constantine Manos photographed the life of the residents on Daufuskie 
Island, off the coast of South Carolina. They were descendants of slaves. He also traveled to Montgomery, AL, to photograph the historic bus boycott organized by Martin Luther King Jr. and photographed the Ku Klux Klan burning crosses in a cotton field at night.
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Now See Hear! Jimmy Williams

Jimmy Williams is a fine art and assignment photographer based in Raleigh, NC. He studied visual design at North Carolina State University, and shortly thereafter, opened an independent studio where he established himself as a successful advertising photographer. Now, more than 30 years later, Jimmy devotes much of his time to personal photography endeavors.

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Controlling Chaos: Kevin Osborn

Sitting across the table in a muted Hawaiian shirt, close-trimmed beard and wire-rimmed glasses, Kevin Osborn looks like a quirky high school science teacher. The vibrant crystalline structures in his most recent series of photographs, “Crystal Melts,” where Osborn used meticulous scientific methods to create stunning imagery, more than reinforces this impression, as does the way his eyes light up as he starts to discuss his love of the natural world, photography and education.
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On the Cover: Michael Grecco

The boy who most liked “conceptual art and experiential art photography” in high school is now the man who’s conceptualizing a wave of influential digital photo art in Los Angeles.
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Frozen History: Josef Hoflehner

The penguin had been resting peacefully, face up, on the table for nearly a hundred years—a sleeping beauty never to be awakened by a kiss, frozen in time by the sub-zero Antarctic chill in an abandoned, soot-filled explorer’s hut.
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